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The drug company give-away killing the world's biggest trade deal

After ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership failed to make a deal last week during a Hawaii summit portrayed as the concluding round, the fate of the controversial trade-liberalization effort is back in jeopardy. 482 more words

“Oxygen OS” and the Future of the OnePlus Two

By Yayi Ding

On July 27th, 2015, Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus unveiled its second-generation smartphone, the “OnePlus Two.” This was a highly anticipated launch, because OnePlus’ first device, the OnePlus One, took the smartphone industry by storm just over a year ago. 423 more words

Intellectual Property

Swipe To Patent: Design Patents In The Age Of User Interfaces

Editor’s note: This is a Q&A between attorneys Beth Ferrill and Lauren Dreyer of Finnegan, and UX/UI designers Erik Dreyer of GoodShuffle and John Sanchez of Academy. 2,074 more words


Coderre administration going against past internal advice on sculpture demolition, Projet Montréal says

Projet Montréal says archive documents from 1987 show that the city of Montreal and the province already determined that drastic changes can’t be made to the public art at Viger Square without the artists’ consent. 383 more words

Local News

Protecting Intellectual property rights: the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court

The UK economy depends heavily on innovation – in products, design, brands. All these key economic activities are underpinned by intellectual property rights. It is essential that those who create, research and design new things and ideas are able to protect the intellectual property they have created. 807 more words

Chapter 8

IP Law Firm Fights To Obtain Trademark For Newsletter Title

Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner LLP, one of the world’s prestigious intellectual property law firms, is fighting to get a trademark registration that was denied for the name of its monthly newsletter. 601 more words