Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. This week I’ve got an update on video game dispute that could make important new copyright law – if a sanctions threat doesn’t derail it first – and the latest jockeying in the $5 billion Qualcomm antitrust class action. Plus, the Federal Circuit is back in action next week and I’ve got a brief preview of three arguments, including one that will cross Section 101 eligibility with sovereign immunity. Can’t get trendier than that! As always you can email me your thoughts and feedback and follow me on Twitter.

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Virtual smoke grenades depicted in the PUBG complaint (left) and on Unreal Engine Marketplace.

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