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Letter: Strict gun laws make citizens safer
Knoxville News SentinelFebruary 1, 2012

If the writer is interested in facts, then he would have to admit that New York City's strict gun laws have actually kept the city's residents safer than in places with laxer regulations. New York and neighboring New Jersey have among the lowest rates ...more »

Racial study scrutinized in death row inmate's hearing
abc11.comFebruary 1, 2012

Patricia Tornblom, stepmother to the deceased, said she is angered by the hearing. "What do the people of Michigan have to do with us? I mean this is North Carolina," questioned Tornblom. "Why are they down here trying to decide how we make our laws?more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

Samsung vows continued fight over intellectual property after German ruling ...
Washington PostFebruary 3, 2012

SEOUL, South Korea — Samsung Electronics Co. is vowing to keep fighting Apple over intellectual property after receiving a boost from a German court ruling that favored the South Korean company. Germany's Munich Regional Court on Wednesday reportedly ...more »

Entertainment Law
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GO! Arts & Entertainment for Feb. 5-11
North County TimesFebruary 5, 2012

Unwritten Law ---- 7:30 pm; Sycuan Live & Up Close, Sycuan Casino, 5485 Casino Way, El Cajon; $15-$20; sycuan.com or 800-279-2826. "Grace and Glorie" ---- Broadway Theater opens its 2012 season with Tom Zeigler's drama about the unlikely friendship ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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Bay Area Catholic clerics join contraception fray
San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 9, 2012

San Francisco's Catholic archbishop has jumped into the latest national culture war, blasting the Obama administration's controversial requirement that employers - including Catholic hospitals, universities and institutions - provide birth control and ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Barnes & Noble's patent-misuse claim v. Microsoft: Not dead yet!
Thomson Reuters News & InsightFebruary 1, 2012

On Tuesday, administrative law judge Theodore Essex of the US International Trade Commission dealt a blow to Barnes & Noble. As the bookseller heads into trial next week on Microsoft's claim that its e-readers infringe four Microsoft patents, ...more »

Trend receives attention for possible cultural insensitivity
UT The Daily TexanFebruary 1, 2012

Members of the American Indian community complain that stamping the name “Navajo” onto these accesories is a violation of trade mark law and is a misrepresentation of the culture. While the recent popularity of Native American inspired fashion trends ...more »

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