Welcome to Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Here’s what’s crossing my desk this week:

  • It took 12 years to construe a single limitation on a golf club patent. And now the Federal Circuit’s about to get involved.
  • Skilled in the Art convenes a mini-roundtable on the law of convenience transfers and their application in the Western District of Texas.
  • PTO: Registering a generic dot-com is no longer impossible, but it’s still a heavy lift.

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