Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. My first trip to the Federal Circuit was in December 2013, when the court heard arguments in Oracle v. Google, a copyright case you might have heard of. Four-and-a-half years later, we had yet another order in the case today, and I’m here to tell you what it means. I’ve also got a look at a new transparency tool from Unified Patents, and news of a $10.6 million jury verdict in a trial over 4G LTE patents. Many thanks to those of you who’ve been forwarding tips, thoughts and feedback. You can always send them to me here. And remember to follow me on Twitter.

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