Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Isn’t summer supposed to be the slow news season? Not in IP land. Nokia appears to have regained the upper hand in its patent dispute with Daimler and Continental Automotive Systems (though it’s only Friday so things could change again by the end of the week). The Federal Trade Commission has a coolly dismissive response to Qualcomm‘s and DOJ‘s nuclear nightmare arguments. Giant global law firms continue to add IP partners. And Nike is in another copyright fight involving an NBA icon’s logo. Let’s get to it. As always you can email me your own thoughts and follow me on Twitter.

Nokia Obtains Anti-Anti-Suit Injunction

I had some fun a few weeks back with Nokia’s attempt to move a FRAND licensing dispute out of San Jose. Now it looks as if Nokia is going to have the last laugh—or, at least, the next one—in its worldwide patent disputes with Daimler and Continental Automotive Systems.

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