Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Yes, I said in my last newsletter that Skilled in the Art would be on hiatus this week. But then I remembered that next week is a Federal Circuit calendar week. So here is a quick look at a few of the cases I’ve got my eye on.


Russ August & Kabat’s Marc Fenster, left, and WilmerHale’s Bill Lee

Who’s Arguing?

➤ Conversant Wireless Licensing v. Apple. Things were looking pretty good for Conversant Wireless in 2016. Overcoming the hometown effect, the NPE persuaded a San Jose jury that Apple had infringed two of its patents on synchronizing base stations with mobile devices and won a $7.3 million verdict.

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