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The Story of "Oh": successful sample for Jay-Z, but so Tuf for the plaintiff
Sampling of musical recordings is a topic that excites a lot of people in the United States, where the bulk of the world's litigation on that subject appears to have taken place. This Kat is all in favour of it and thinks it's part of the creative process, so long as it's not a substantial copying or one...
Webinar on PTAB Appeals
Strafford will be offering a webinar/teleconference entitled "Preparing for and Navigating PTAB Appeals Before the Federal Circuit -- Conducting PTAB Trials With Eye to Appeal, Determining Errors for Appeal, Understanding PTO Practice and Federal Circuit Law" on January 22, 2015...
It Doesn't Matter Who Does the Lobbying: Trade Agreements Aren't the Place for Internet...
The Associated Whistleblowing Press released portions of draft text proposed by the United States for the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) this week, revealing some alarming provisions that indicate how tech companies have been involved in influencing a secret international deal...
US-China Commission Puts Emphasis On IP Issues
The United States and China yesterday concluded a three-day high-level meeting with numerous outcomes on intellectual property rights, including: local treatment of IP, trade secrets, geographical indications, inventor rights, patent data, sales of IP-intensive goods and services...

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"Boys and girls in America have such a sad time together; sophistication demands that they...
"... without proper preliminary talk. Not courting talk — real straight talk about souls, for life is holy and every moment is precious." Jack Kerouac, "On the Road" (1951).
Blue Collar Blues
The working class man is a hot topic this month. The publication of Andrew Cherlin’s new book, Labor’s Love Lost, a series of  New York Times articles, and recent Washington Post articles on the middle class  have called more attention to the social and economic plight of...
Hacker Group Anonymous Reportedly Seeks To Release Film “The Interview” If Sony Declines To...
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"The honeymoon's over: Cote's learning curve at Supreme Court will be steep and swift."
The Ottawa Citizen has this report .
Threshold Motion Dismissed on Small Jury Award for Chronic Pain
Car insurance premiums are an important public policy consideration, even in light of the compensatory rationale underlined in tort law. In Ontario, the legislature has created a balance through s. 267.5 of the Insurance Act and its Regulations , which creates a “threshold” before which an...

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