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post image King Tut's tomb: conservation or replication (but don't forget the "aura")? from

One of the more contentious issues in the world of art revolves around the issue of restoration and conservation, where questions-- such as “what”, “how”,” how much”, and “where” -- have framed the discussion. But like ...

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Getting on board with the fleeeexible approach!Fairness Confirmed Again: Federal Court of Appeal Upholds Copyright Board’s Fair Dealing RulingMichael Geist updates us on the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal decision in the ...

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Oral Argument of the Day: Golden Bridge Technology, Inc. v. APPLE INC. from

The oral argument of the day is Golden Bridge Technology, Inc. v. APPLE INC., No. 2016-1537 (Fed. Cir. Jan. 27, 2017). The oral argument in this case raises the issue of whether the Federal Circuit ...

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On Friday, Judge Robart denigrated Donald Trump before the President said a word about him from

Almost five years ago I enthusiastically reported on Judge Robart's temporary restraining order (TRO) against then-Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility. Some others criticized the decision because a U.S. court practically took away jurisdiction from ...

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IPO Steps Up: Proposes Statute to Overturn Mayo and Alice from

by Dennis Crouch The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) is run primarily by a group of 50 top intellectual property counsel (usually patent-focused) from many of the largest global innovative companies – all deeply involved in ...

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