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Stanislaus County Sheriff: Pot Farms Increasing Problem
KCRA SacramentoMarch 1, 2012

Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson applauds the US Attorney's announcement that it will be working with local law enforcement to further crack down on marijuana farms. Sheriff Christianson said the Stansilaus Drug Enforcement Agency, ...more »

Will shortcomings undermine the new Competition Act?
International Law OfficeMarch 1, 2012

On February 6 2012 the government submitted a draft of the new Competition Act to Parliament. The reform of the country's key competition legislation attracted a level of public participation rarely seen in Portugal's recent legal history.more »

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Sen. Hatch Seeks Formal Intellectual Property Trade Dispute with Chile
International IP and the Public InterestMarch 1, 2012

Inside US Trade reports that Senator Hatch has asked the Obama Administration to initiate dispute settlement proceedings against Chile for violations of the intellectual property obligations in its FTA with the US In a February 16, letter he complained ...more »

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13 WTHR IndianapolisFeds release health overhaul blueprint for states
WTHRMarch 12, 2012

Entertainment News from AP Tackling a huge logistical challenge, the Obama administration Monday released an ambitious blueprint for states to match up uninsured Americans with coverage that's right for them under the health care overhaul law.more »

Cultural Institutions
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Museums can help address inequality
Museums AssociationMarch 1, 2012

The South Wales valleys where I grew up were once famed for social and cultural institutions – such as the miners' libraries and institutes – which nurtured in many young people a desire to learn and broaden their horizons. While many of these positive ...more »

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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 »

Eager beaver sinks teeth into pop star's trademark action
CPA GlobalMarch 2, 2012

In its cease-and-desist letter, Bieber's legal team accused RC3 of 'trademark infringement; unfair competition under the Langham Act and under state law; dilution; false designation of origin; passing off; misappropriation; violation of rights of ...more »


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