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Rich Bell sues Aramark Corporation over unauthorized use of Indianapolis skyline photograph

This time around Mr. Bell has snagged a big fish, the Aramark Corporation, specifically the Indianapolis branch of their Refreshment Services Division.

Somebody has unwisely used Mr. 95 more words

Intellectual Property

US Provisional Patents: What They Are and Why Inventors Need Them

US provisional patents can’t be granted but you can file a provisional patent application which if done correctly can be a very useful tool for inventors. 157 more words

Patents

The Math of Collaboration

This is not legal advice. I am not a lawyer. This reflects my personal choices as an artist.

Yesterday, a musician/singer friend I made on Vimeo told me he would like to use some of my work in his videos. 251 more words

Sylviatoyindustries

Science Policy Around the Web - August 26, 2016

By: Leopold Kong, PhD

Health Policy

Is there such a thing as ‘fat but fit’?

Nearly 70% of American adults are overweight or obese, raising their risk for health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and high blood pressure. 771 more words

Linkposts

Book review: How ‘Dialogue of the Deaf’ produced a sound tool for policy-making


By Peter Ungphakorn
FIRST PUBLISHED BY IP-WATCH, OCTOBER 22, 2015 | REPRODUCED HERE AUGUST 26, 2016

International trade agreements are sometimes demonised as the Grand Plan imposed by major powers in cahoots with multinational corporations. 2,631 more words

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