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Trump Says China No Longer on Quick Path to Be Bigger Than U.S.

  • U.S. president dampens hopes for swift deals on trade disputes

  •  China fears that Trump’s goal its to thwart its economic rise
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The MMA: A Massive Political Grab to Control Music Licensing, Distribution, and Royalties

An urgent request! Please read this entire article now and then contact your U.S. Senator as soon as possible, requesting that he/she votes against The Music Modernization Act. 4,968 more words

John's Ponderings

Latham & Watkins Discusses How New Foreign-Investment Law Changes CFIUS Review

New legislation to reform review of foreign direct investment in the United States — the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act of 2018 (FIRRMA) — has just been signed into law. 4,744 more words

U.S. Moves Toward New Tariffs on China Despite Fresh Round of Trade Talks

Two approaches reflect split in Trump administration on how to deal with Beijing; American companies complain about levies at hearings

Containers stacked at the Port of Long Beach in California include some from Cosco, the Chinese state-owned shipping and logistics company. 1,107 more words

Above the Law: Fair Use For Me, But Not For Thee

Above the Law: Fair Use For Me, But Not For Thee. “A common misconception about fair use in copyright law is that it is relied upon solely by consumers. 53 more words

Security & Legal Issues

Assignment 3: Intellectual Property Laws And Security

Intellectual property law is a major issue facing organizations, and many organizations have been fined significant amounts for violations of intellectual property law. As an information security manager in an IT consulting company, your executive management team is concerned about the potential intellectual property violations in the organization. 164 more words

Academic Writing

Leveraging Track I Prioritized Examination at the USPTO to Slash Global Patent Filing Costs and Accelerate Obtaining of Foreign Patents

Global patent filing using conventional procedures entails significant costs.  Optimizing the use of Track I in an enterprise’s patent filing processes may provide an overlooked strategy to help drive down the cost of foreign prosecution and accelerate issuance of a global patent portfolio. 1,568 more words