Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Today I’m screening the movie “Escape from San Jose,” starring Nokia. The IP licensing company hopped in a metaphorical car and tried to drive as fast as it could to San Francisco to avoid another FRAND/antitrust trial in a certain judge’s courtroom. But Sheriff Nathanael Cousins pulled Nokia over and now it’s going to have some explaining to do for the FRAND hanging judge, Lucy Koh. Plus, is the Supreme Court really going to wade into the scope of PTAB appellate review? Signs are starting to point that way. And I have a look at who got the work in an IP/antitrust case against Gilead Sciences, and some of the IP highlights from a smashing new podcast. As always feel free to email me your own thoughts and follow me on Twitter.
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Judge Lucy Koh
Nokia Runs From San Jose but It Can’t Hide
When it comes to FRAND and antitrust, Nokia wants to put as much distance as possible between itself and U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh.
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