Intellectual Property News. Crime Stories, Law on News and Legal Publications in November, 2011

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Reportage: LEI's future in the balance
Insurance AgeNovember 1, 2011

... even when some of Jackson's proposals pass into law, forward-thinking companies will continue to thrive. Andrew Parker, head of strategic litigation at Beachcroft, says: ‚ÄúThere has been so much focus on personal injury claims with ATE that this ...more »

Malaysia court rules against student politics ban
The AustralianNovember 1, 2011

Students have long campaigned for a repeal of the 1971 Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA), which bars them from joining political parties and trade unions, saying the ban violates human rights and free speech. Malaysia's Court of Appeal ...more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

GM Threatens to Block Sale of Saab, Intellectual Property Fears Could Sink Deal
MotorTrend MagazineNovember 7, 2011

In 2009, GM's fears over losing ownership of its intellectual property prevented Chinese automaker Beijing Auto from taking a stake in GM's European Opel brand. Those fears are also present in GM's consideration of blocking the sale of Saab, ...more »

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Are Sea World's Killer Whales 'Slaves'?
The AtlanticNovember 2, 2011

He teaches courses in constitutional law and creative writing for law students at the University of Baltimore. He lives in Washington, DC Garrett Epps, a former reporter for The Washington Post, is a novelist and legal scholar. He lives in Washington, ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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A Tale of Two 'Baptist' Colleges
Christian PostNovember 8, 2011

The norms and ideological foundations of the secular culture prevail. The academic standards and the ethical principles that control the institution are drawn from comparisons with other private universities. Furthermore, the schools that aspire to ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Patent trolls vs. innovation
Network WorldNovember 2, 2011

Of course, one person's patent troll is another's diligent defender of intellectual property rights. Lodsys and companies like it - so-call non-practicing entities - operate within the boundaries of US patent law, which does not require that a company ...more »

'X Factor' row charity calls for cash
BreakingNews.ieNovember 12, 2011

The complicated trademark law permits different types of trademarks for different activities and the production company of the show Syco Entertainment, which is part-owned by Mr Cowell, tried to register in many areas that encroached on the activities ...more »

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