Patent & IP news for November 21, 2009

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post image Trade mark licences: beware of the unconventional from

While practitioners certainly like to preach against uncertainty in the terms of a licensing agreement, we know how difficult this is to achieve, especially when it comes to provisions relating to termination. The uncertainty may ...

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Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul Michel Announces that he is Leaving the Bench from

Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul Michel was the featured speaker at the November 20, 2009 Federal Circuit Bar Association Annual Dinner. At that dinner, Chief Judge Michel took that opportunity to announce that he will ...

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Citation and the x-ray diffraction of meta-anthracite from

David L. Wertz discussed x-ray diffraction of meta-anthracite coal. Within the text is a citation to work by LBE and co-authors on x-ray diffraction of combustion chamber deposits. Uncited in the Wertz paper is LBE ...

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Inadvertent plagiarism moves to New Zealand from

Auckland University vice-chancellor Stuart McCutcheon writes of the Witi Ihimaera plagiarism problem:

"The university does not condone plagiarism, but recognises the need to take into account a range of factors such as intention, seriousness and ...

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