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Revealing The Hidden Menace
In a victory for trademark owners, cybersquatters may no longer be able to hide behind the bankruptcy laws.
United States
12 Mar 2008
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Revealing The Hidden Menace
In a victory for trademark owners, cybersquatters may no longer be able to hide behind the bankruptcy laws.
United States
 
8 May 2007
Recent Decisions In The United States: A Recurring Feature
Generally, only the owner of a patent may bring a suit for patent infringement. A licensee may bring suit, however, if the rights they have been granted are tantamount to an assignment of the patent. In order to determine whether a license agreement should be treated as an assignment, the courts look to whether the licensee has been granted "all substantial rights" in the patent.
United States
2 Feb 2007
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First Amendment Defense Fails in DVD Copy Control Trade Secret Case
In DVD Copy Control Association, Inc. v. Bunner [31 Cal. 4th 864, 75 P.3d 1, 4 Cal. Rptr. 3d 69 (Aug. 25, 2003)], the California Supreme Court rejected a Web site proprietor’s First Amendment defense against the DVD Copy Control Association’s (the Association’s) claim of trade secret misappropriation.
United States
17 Sep 2004
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Why Patent Interference Proceedings Are Worth It
U.S. patent law is unique in recognizing the inventive activity of individuals as significant in deciding who is entitled to patent rights on an invention.
United States
10 Aug 2004
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Opportunities And Challenges Arising From Nanotechnology Inventions
Nanotechnology’s potential to revolutionize the world led to a nine-fold increase in Federal funding for nanotechnology research and development in the last seven years, growing from $115 million in 1997 to $950 million in 2004.
United States
20 Jul 2004
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