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Khursheed's statement political, moral bankruptcy: Interior ministry
The News InternationalMay 1, 2017

Linking every irrelevant thing to Interior Minister clearly reflects political, moral and personal bankruptcy of such persons. The spokesperson regretted as to why some sections of the media notice of such baseless, misleading and outlandish statements.more »

Feds say Busse took in $990000 in bribery scheme involving immigration agent
The Macomb DailyMay 1, 2017

“Where many saw an overtaxed and broken system in need of reform, Mr. Busse saw an opportunity to enrich himself,” Acting U.S. Attorney Daniel L. Lemisch wrote in a sentencing memorandum. “Mr. Busse made hundreds of thousands of dollars by corruptly ...more »

Intellectual Property News and Stories

USTR acknowledges intellectual property developments in Pakistan
Pakistan ObserverMay 5, 2017

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) has acknowledged that the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan has improved service delivery by providing e-filing services and initiating one-window operation of its Registries at ...more »

Patent Prosecution
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Louisiana proposes tapping a century-old patent law to cut hepatitis C drug prices
Washington PostMay 2, 2017

Under the law, the Trump administration could sidestep patents and contract with a generic supplier to provide a lower-priced version of expensive antiviral drugs such as Sovaldi and Harvoni, which are made by industry leader Gilead Sciences. The ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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Why the Israel Museum is searching for a new director… again
Apollo MagazineMay 1, 2017

Praised for his intellectual curiosity and academic rigour, as well as his foundational ability to lead Israel's largest cultural institution, Neuman moved from his position as head of Tel Aviv University's Architecture School in mid-February, and ...more »

Connections: "Finger Lakin' Good" and trademark law
WXXI NewsMay 1, 2017

"Finger Lakin' Good?" Yes, that's the name for a new resort near Canandaigua Lake chosen by local businessman Brian Mastrosimone. But Kentucky Fried Chicken is suing to block the name, saying it infringes on their popular slogan, "Finger lickin' good.".more »

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