Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Today I’ve got a look at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan‘s big trademark suit against the United States Soccer Federation, though I’m wondering if the firm is offsides in suing a former client. Plus, there’s only one thing growing faster than the e-cigarette industry, and that’s the patent litigation its sprouting all over the country. Many, many law firms have a piece of the work—but one seems to be ruling the roost.

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