Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Wednesday brought the sad news of the passing of Finnegan Henderson partner Don Dunner, the man who wrote the book on Federal Circuit practice. I’m offering a few reflections today on his career and his kindness. I’ve also got a look at a new battleground in copyright fair use, and Google‘s last-ditch effort to keep an old one going. As always, you can email me your feedback and follow me on Twitter.

Remembering Finnegan’s Don Dunner

I’m a relative newcomer to IP law. My first trip to Washington to take in Federal Circuit arguments was in December 2013. I also scheduled a few visits with practitioners on that trip. One was with Don Dunner, the Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner legend who passed away on Wednesday at age 88.

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