Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. So I’ve been there recently. I know how the loss of a parent can put stress on family dynamics. Knobbe Martens partner Joe Re and a couple of his 11 siblings recently shared their own experience with NPR’s “This American Life.” You can listen to the 16-minute spot here—that’s a photo of the Re clan with President Lyndon Johnson on the episode landing page. I’ve got some thoughts below. In other news, Facebook and Snap want to put BlackBerry‘s patent litigation on hold while they challenge its patents at the PTAB, but it doesn’t sound as if U.S. District Judge George Wu is going to play ball. And I’ve got a couple of quick takeaways from my profile of Kirkland & Ellis‘ “Bionic Women.” As always you can email me your thoughts and follow me on Twitter.
This American Life’s Ira Glass and Knobbe Martens’ Joe Re.
Joe Re on Life in a Hyper-Achieving Family
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