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Brookfield Office buys Four World Financial Center
CTV.caNovember 1, 2011

In a related development, Brookfield has a deal to lease 767000 square feet of office space at the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan to Bank of America. "Renewing Bank of America/Merrill Lynch for a sizable amount of space at the World ...more »

MF Global: The gamble that didn't pay off
The IndependentNovember 1, 2011

The ambitious investment bank MF Global, one of 22 elite "primary dealers" licensed to trade with the Federal Reserve, has collapsed into bankruptcy after disastrous bets on eurozone government debt, marking the humiliating end of a Wall Street ...more »

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Pharmaceutical intellectual property laws need reform
EurekAlert (press release)November 7, 2011

Canada's pharmaceutical intellectual property laws need major reform to encourage and protect innovation in developing new drugs, states an analysis in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal). The federal government supports drug innovation in ...more »

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Core competency: Law student leads apple business while finishing degree
University of Wisconsin-MadisonNovember 3, 2011

Yet, he says: "The satisfaction of running a successful business while a full-time law student is definitely worth the sacrifice." Leading business expansion and real estate acquisition for his family's orchard overlaps with studying law, says Ferguson ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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6th Annual Latin American Cultural Week, November 10 Through 17, with Latin ...
PR Newswire (press release)November 3, 2011

Other participating institutions and venues include Lincoln Center, World Music Institute, Carnegie Hall, Consulates General of Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Uruguay, Instituto Cervantes, Museo del Barrio, Mexican Cultural Institute, ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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A Patent for Software
IPWatchdog.comNovember 1, 2011

The “uniqueness” requirement mentioned is similar to the requirements for all inventions to be patented and is grounded into the patent laws by the novelty and non-obviousness requirements. The “tied to a machine” requirement comes to us thanks to the ...more »

Registry Behind .Pro Says It Used .Law, .Med Back in 2004
Domain Name WireNovember 8, 2011

RegistryPro wants to trademark .med and .law domain names. There's something sneaky going on with RegistryPro, the registry for the .pro top level domain name. First, the company filed trademark applications for the second level domains and ...more »


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