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Don't Panic! New Book Helps Small Biz and Creatives Tackle Legal Issues- In Plain English

Our beloved TechDirt often supplies us with very useful info.  A couple of weeks ago, TechDirt’s Michael Masnick wrote about Art Neill and Teri Karobonik’s new book, … 241 more words

General Intellectual Property

3D Printers Disrupting Copyrights and Patents (2013)

It wasn’t too long ago that DIY 3D printers started making the news in geek circles. It captured the imagination of some and was largely ignored by others. 329 more words

Technology

IP ATTORNEY SANTA ROSA

Are you in search of an IP attorney in Santa Rosa who will help you maintain control of your intellectual property? Stainbrook&Stainbrook can help you get the intellectual property lawyer you need to ensure your property remains protected from intentional or unintentional infringement.

The Secret Ingredient

This past week, I had the opportunity to travel with the Bainbridge Island 14U boys’ water polo team (GO RAY!) to the 2016 Junior Olympics – held in and around San Jose, California.  981 more words

Intellectual Property

Mark Collins - RCN Canadian Surface Combatant: Intellectual Property Brouhaha

Further to this post, Canadian Surface Combatant Procurement Process Re-Float: So What? definitely not a “so what” here–trust in Irving? Backroom battle underway over new frigate … 10 more words

Canadian Politics

Invent something at a university? The size of any future fortune will depend on which one

Most academic theses gather dust in library filing cabinets. Anand Agarawala’s went viral.

The computer science graduate student at the University of Toronto in 2006 had developed a touch-screen computer desktop that simulated a physical one, allowing users to organize files into piles, attach photos to emails in one step and even decorate a virtual office wall. 1,298 more words

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