Pondering, as one does, the likely impact of the General Data Protection Regulation on one’s working life, this Blogger has been trying to figure out how simple it will be to use personal data for research purposes (especially research in healthcare) after 25th May 2018 – the day on which the GDPR comes into force. 1,135 more words
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By Isaac Prevost
Traffic data plays an important role for public agencies concerned with traffic management and infrastructure. We’re seeing private companies collect more and more of this data, occasionally resulting in partnerships between governments and those private companies… 705 more words
In her distinguished tenure as a Commissioner and as Acting Chairman of the FTC, Maureen Ohlhausen has done an outstanding job in explaining the tie between robust patent protection and economic growth and innovation (see, for example, her Harvard Journal of Law and Technology article, … 316 more words
Although the battle for consumer loyalty between Nike and Adidas is never ending, this lawsuit just crowned a winner.
Adidas recently opposed Nike’s patent for vented sports apparel on the basis that its own designs had first used this patented technology. 68 more words
This ruling concerns a Trademark Opposition filed by the Israel Bar Society against an Israel trademark application submitted by the Center for Realizing Medical Rights LTD, and follows a High Court Ruling on the legality of the services provided and a court ruling on alleged Contempt of Court. 3,473 more words