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(Satirical) sequel to IP client love letter

“To ensure that me [the law firm] to be paid as a lot as attainable, you [the client] need to cope with the one in your jurisdiction. Be an trustworthy...

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Are all safety inventions clear after Celgene?

“Within the Celgene case, the panel actively needed safety by making nearly any security-related invention obvious to facilitate safety. Which company intends...

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Clarification of US approach to copyright and plagiarism

“Copyright infringement can occur regardless that actual strains usually are not actually copied. Copying and modifying strains may be offensive because by...

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CJEU Supports Kraftwerk in Music Sampling Copyright

“The first lesson from the ruling of the European Court of Justice seems to be that the exceptions and limitations of the 2001 directive are strictly...