Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Well, there’s never a dull moment in patent land, is there. Just as it seemed we’d entered a post-Oil States lull, an Alabama law firm has shaken things up by filing a takings class action on behalf of thousands of patent owners. Meanwhile, Merck & Co. has just yawned at a $14 million ($14 million!) fee award, and in the copyright world we may getting a movie about The Most Important Case Ever. In the meantime, email me tips and ideas, and follow me on Twitter.

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A Class Action Even the Supreme Court Could Love?

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