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Man indicted on terror charges in NYC bomb case
Wall Street JournalMarch 1, 2012

The effort culminated "in the successful construction of one explosive device and the attempted construction of two others," it says. Most terror cases are federal, but this one was brought under a state terror law passed after the Sept. 11 attacks.more »

Judge to rule on 'practical farmer' law
Charleston GazetteMarch 1, 2012

"We're in the business of bottling water. It is what it is. It's food management." The constitution, however, conflicts with the 1911 law in terms of who should be eligible to take part in an election, Helmick's lawyer, Alex Macia said.more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

SA firm appoints top IP lawyer
News24March 5, 2012

Cape Town - Companies are taking intellectual property (IP) more seriously and a law firm has hired a top IP lawyer. Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs has appointed Chris Bull as a director in the firm's intellectual property (IP) department.more »

Entertainment Law
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Senate Kills Proposed Changes To "Kings Dominion Law"
WRICMarch 1, 2012

AP Sports News Video Entertainment News from AP Entertainment News from AP RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia public schools will continue to be required to get the state Department of Education's permission if they want to open before Labor Day.more »

Cultural Institutions
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Steve Duin: Oregonians mourn Brian Booth, founding partner of Portland's ...
OregonLive.comMarch 8, 2012

Cultural Heritage Commission. "Without his impulse, we wouldn't have several of the institutions that define our state." "It was very important to him that he was an Oregonian," said Ursula Le Guin, a legendary Portland science-fiction and fantasy ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Rambus: ITC Rejects Patent Claims Against LSI, Others
Wall Street JournalMarch 2, 2012

Rambus Inc. (RMBS) said the US International Trade Comission rejected its patent-infringement claims against a slew of chip makers, dealing the technology licensor a new setback. In his initial determination, ITC administrative law judge Theodore R.more »

Trademark Board Just Says No to 'CrackBerry'
Corporate CounselMarch 2, 2012

RIM also claimed that use of the CrackBerry marks would lead to dilution — a diminishment of the distinctive quality of RIM's marks under the Trademark Act. The four applications were published for opposition between July and November 2007.more »


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