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Cuts in legal aid would harm those already financially strapped
The Seattle TimesMarch 1, 2012

Volunteer lawyers mediate family law cases, provide courthouse-based help for unrepresented litigants, ensure the best interests of disabled wards are met in guardianship matters, and provide free legal support for court-appointed special advocates who ...more »

According to Rest Assured MC, Freezing Bed Bugs with Cryonite will Become One ...
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)March 1, 2012

As bed bug infestations continue to occur more frequently, pest control companies and property managers will be turning to Cryonite machines to freeze bed bugs and eliminate them from the properties says Lorne Chadnick of Rest Assured MC.more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

£750000 Boost For Turning Ideas Into Business Reality
eGov monitorMarch 12, 2012

Baroness Wilcox, Intellectual Property Minister, made awards to projects, including the 1000mph Bloodhound world land speed record team, that are helping to turn the UK's 'intellectual property' into economic prosperity. Winning projects come from ...more »

Entertainment Law
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WFSB Channel 3Text of Rush Limbaugh apology to law student
WFSBMarch 3, 2012

Entertainment News from AP Entertainment News from AP By AP The text of radio show host Rush Limbaugh's apology to Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke for calling her insulting names. It was posted on his website Saturday.more »

Cultural Institutions
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Canberra: why the joke is on those who leave
Sydney Morning HeraldMarch 1, 2012

(One foreign diplomat friend told me it was "genius" of Australia's national capital planners to put the business of government and the country's major cultural institutions in a "big park".) Second, there's the connections you make with people you'd ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Contingent Fee Patent Litigation
Patently-OMarch 4, 2012

Dave Schwartz is a law professor these days. However, before joining Chicago-Kent he was litigator for more than two decades. Schwartz's most recent article is interesting study of the practice of contingent fee patent litigation.more »

iPad dispute signals new era in trademark troubles
The News JournalMarch 7, 2012

Whatever the outcome, the dispute highlights the rising stakes of the trademark name game in the increasingly lucrative China consumer market, one that most global companies cannot afford to miss out on regardless of the risks.more »


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