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IP ADR Blog: Tit for Tat: Google and eBay's Public Pillow Fight
Jun 23, 2007 ... Tit for Tat: Google and eBay's Public Pillow Fight. In its recent article Google-eBay Kiss and Make Up after Ad Spat AP reported that eBay ...
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IP ADR Blog: Settlement Advice from the Bench: Vonage and Verizon ...
Verizon lawyer Richard Taranto said that Vonage has never asked for such a compromise. He added that Vonage ... View Victoria Pynchon's profile on LinkedIn ...
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IP ADR Blog: Tit for Tat: Google and eBay's Public Pillow Fight
Jun 23, 2007 ... Tit for Tat: Google and eBay's Public Pillow Fight. In its recent article Google-eBay Kiss and Make Up after Ad Spat AP reported that eBay ...
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IP ADR Blog: Prosecuting a Patent? File a Petition to Make Special
File a Petition to Make Special. The delay in obtaining patents seriously undermines a company's ability to maximize the value of its patent portfolio. ...
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IP ADR Blog: Dispute Resolution Strategy and Tactics from Sun's GC ...
Jun 22, 2007 ... Dispute Resolution Strategy and Tactics from Sun's GC Mike Dillon. (left, our favorite legal cartoonist, Charles Fincher from LawComix.com) ...
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IP ADR Blog: Better to Be Feared than Loved? Negotiating a Fair ...
May 30, 2007 ... Hard bargainers love to quote Machiavelli's The Prince on fear and love, who did opine that "it is much safer to be feared than loved, when, ...
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IP ADR Blog: Counter-Intuition from Harvard Working Knowledge ...
Jun 25, 2007 ... Counter-Intuition from Harvard Working Knowledge: It's Not ALWAYS Better to Share. Image from Open Source Passion, the Passionate Blog. ...
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IP ADR Blog: Short Short Copyright Fiction
Here's the first short-short ever whose theme is copyright protection in the garment industry -- Gucci DRM from the Short Science Fiction Stories Blog, ...
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IP ADR Blog: Better to Be Feared than Loved? Negotiating a Fair ...
May 30, 2007 ... Hard bargainers love to quote Machiavelli's The Prince on fear and love, who did opine that "it is much safer to be feared than loved, when, ...
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IP ADR Blog: The Reasons to Arbitrate Claims Based on Foreign Patents
Therefore, if I agree to arbitrate a patent infringement claim that covers a multitude of foreign patents, I can enforce that award in mostly all countries ...
 
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