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Innovation et accès : fission ou fusion ? Entretien avec Tim Wilsdon, Vice-président de CRA from

Dans le sillage du Groupe de Haut Niveau des Nations Unies sur l’accès aux médicaments, cette série d’articles sponsorisés convie des experts à donner leur point de vue sur les politiques les mieux ...

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People: More Changes In UN Agencies; Movements In Global Health from

Movement has been happening in international organisations in recent weeks, particularly in United Nations agencies, as new executive directors were nominated, and department directorships changed hands. The private sector and non-governmental organisations also saw a ...

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IPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch Do Not Infringe Rembrandt's Secure Computer Booting Patents from

Following claim construction, the court granted defendant's motion for summary judgment that it did not infringe plaintiff's secure bootstrap architecture patent either literally or under the doctrine of equivalents. "This action concerns the ...

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The Deal of the Century: An Interview with Ed Fast, Former Canadian Trade Minister – Part 2 from

Edward D. Fast is a Member of Parliament, former Trade Minister, and Canada’s representative throughout much of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. This is part 2 of the interview, in which we discuss specifics of ...

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Orphan Works Hackathon: Final Report of the Concepts, Process and Insights from

Introduction As the first collaboration of its kind, in February 2016, IP Osgoode and The Copyright and International Trade Policy Branch of the Department of Canadian Heritage, came together to organize the “Orphan Works Licensing ...

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Procedure to remove Board of Appeal member from office ends - after reports of attempts to nobble the Enlarged Board from

Extraordinary news has just reached Merpel.

Today was the day fixed for the Oral Proceedings before the Enlarged Board of Appeal in which the Administrative Council of the European Patent Office was seeking a proposal ...

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