Welcome to a special Tuesday edition of Skilled in the Art. I’m Law.com IP reporter Scott Graham. Yes, I previously said that there would be no Skilled in the Art this week, because I won’t be around on Friday. But then the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and the Federal Circuit Bar Association put on a webinar called “Oral Advocacy at Its Finest: Hon. Kimberly Moore and Hon. Alan Albright Discuss What Works and What Doesn’t.” It more than lived up to its lofty billing, so I’m offering up some highlights below.

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Left to right, Winston partner Kathi Vidal, Federal Circuit Judge Kimberly Moore, U.S. District Judge Alan Albright

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