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Insight Into Litigation Before the UPC – Interview With Dr. Christof Augenstein – Controversial Patents on Beer – Inventors Hall of Fame – Important Decision of the EPO – Episode 79 – IP Fridays

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Amazon’s Alexa can now track billable hours

Home Daily News Amazon’s Alexa can now track billable hours Legal Technology By Victor Li May 10, 2017, 9:29 am CDT Amazon’s Alexa Corrected: As noted in its near-ubiquitous ad campaign, Amazon’s artificially intelligent virtual assistant, Alexa, can interact with users, give them important information like weather and traffic patterns, keep track of important events …

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Interview with Jeannie Hill – SEO For Brand Owners – UPC Delayed – Important FCJ Decision Regarding Nullity Actions – 1000 Subscribers On YouTube Channel!!! – Episode 78 – IP Fridays

Jeanie Hill Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Interview with Jeannie Hill – SEO For Brand Owners – UPC Delayed – Important FCJ Decision Regarding Nullity Actions – 1000 Subscribers On My YouTube Channel!!! – Episode 78 – IP Fridays Rolf Claessen’s Youtube …

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Interview with François Larose – New French Language Requirements in Canada For Trademark Owners – World IP Day Coming Up – Episode 77 – IP Fridays

François Larose Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Interview with François Larose – New French Language Requirements in Canada For Trademark Owners – World IP Day Coming Up – Episode 77 – IP Fridays Link to François Larose: http://www.bereskinparr.com/People/Francois-Larose Two links to more …

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Copyright Violation and the Constitutionality of Excessive Damages – Music Downloaders Beware!

The Eight Circuit affirmed the constitutionality of statutory damages for copyright infringement against the challenge that it is disproportionately excessive. Capitol Records, Inc. v. Thomas-Rasset, 692 F.3d 899 (8th Cir. 2012). In 2011, record companies sued a woman for making copyrighted music available to others for free download by using a file-sharing service. First the jury awarded …

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Employee Access vs. Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

The Michigan District Court in Dana Limited v. American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings, Inc., 1:10-cv-00450 (W.D. Mich. Aug. 19, 2013) addressed an important aspect of a trade secret misappropriation claims, holding that the mere fact that a former employee had access to a valid trade secret does not necessarily mean that he or she misappropriated the …

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