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

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'We need new laws against cyber crime' says security specialist NCC Group
Manchester Evening NewsNovember 1, 2011

The government needs to draft in new legislation to combat the growing threat of cyber crime to businesses and public sector organisations. That is the view of the boss of Manchester security specialist NCC Group, who reacted to warnings from Iain ...more »

Why Contain Iran When Its Own Aims Will Do Just That?: Vali Nasr
BusinessWeekNovember 1, 2011

Even while claiming nefarious outsiders are fomenting the unrest in Syria, they have begun to add veiled criticisms of the regime's brutal crackdown, an obvious means of pandering to the street. What's more, Iran's leaders perceive that it is the US ...more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

UN sees boom to $180 billion in fees paid on intellectual property
Washington PostNovember 14, 2011

The World Intellectual Property Organization said Monday the pace of growth since 1970, when fees fetched $2.8 billion, surpasses that of global GDP. WIPO reported Monday that France, Germany, Japan, Britain and the United States file the most patent ...more »

Entertainment Law
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New on DVD
Winnipeg Free PressNovember 10, 2011

Bateman plays Dave, the husband-father-lawyer whose career is on the verge of takeoff in his prestigious Atlanta law firm. Reynolds is his childhood buddy Mitch, a horndog actor whose dismal career has just been reduced to "lorno" (that is, ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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Milton Glazer goes all Saved by the Bell
The L MagazineNovember 2, 2011

Two of our favorite local cultural institutions have joined forces to create our favorite thing: to honor the Brooklyn Academy of Music's 150th Anniversary, the Brooklyn Brewery has begun brewing a new, limited-release beer—the 8.6 percent alcohol ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Patent dragon awakes
Financial PostNovember 7, 2011

Under intense pressure from its Western trading partners, China passed its first laws dealing with the protection of intellectual property in the early 1980s; starting with the Trademark Law in 1982 and the Patent Law in 1984. ...more »

US News Ranks Top Patent, Copryight & Trademark Law Firms
IPWatchdog.comNovember 1, 2011

The lists relating to patent law, copyright law, trademark law and intellectual property litigation do have many of the familiar names that you would expect to see, but there do seem to be some rather glaring omissions. I don't know how you can have a ...more »

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