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USPTO Launches Dossier Access
By Donald Zuhn –- The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced today that it had launched Dossier Access, the first of a set of business services to be developed as part of the Global Dossier Initiative. The Global Dossier Initiative is a collaborative project of the...
No safe harbour for PORT CHARLOTTE trade mark registration, as GI storm brews
From Katfriend Nuno Sousa e Silva  who teaches in the Law School of the Portuguese Catholic University, Porto (Portugal), comes an analysis of an issue that is not only sensitive within Europe in general but which may divide the Portuguese from the Scots: the interaction of Europe's laws...
At WIPO, Former South Africa Judge Calls For Balance In IP Rights Enforcement
Alongside this week's meeting of the World Intellectual Property Organization committee on enforcement, an event featured a former South African Supreme Court judge presenting his views on IP enforcement. There is a need to go for the “big fish,” he said, and to bring balance in...
Stupid Patent of the Month: Infamous Prison Telco Patents Asking Third-Parties for Money
Plenty of businesses rely on third-party payers: parents often pay for college; insurance companies pay most health care bills. Reaching out to potential third-party payers is hardly a new or revolutionary business practice. But someone should tell the Patent Office. Earlier this year, it...

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FAN 86 (First Amendment News) Court may rule on occupational-speech petition soon
The United States Supreme Court has said that “the constitutional right of free expression is powerful medicine.” Powerful and essential, and it needs to be administered to everyone, including physicians and those regulating their practice. — Laurence Tribe Most occupational licensing...
AM Roundup: Protests Follow Release of Chicago Police-Shooting Video
Law Blog rounds up the morning's legal news.
Did Donald Trump — from his midtown penthouse — watch people jump from the World Trade...
He says he did: "Many people jumped and I witnessed it, I watched that. I have a view -- a view in my apartment that was specifically aimed at the World Trade Center," Trump said Monday during a rally in Columbus, Ohio. "And I watched those people jump and I watched the second...
Hilton Confirms Credit Card Breach In On-Property Stores And Restaurants
Wednesday: What’s Hot on CanLII
Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about. For this last week: 1. R. v. Hecimovic , 2014 BCCA 483 [50] The trial judge...

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