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Amid immigration setbacks, one Trump strategy seems to be working: fear
Chicago TribuneMay 1, 2017

"The decline at the border is not something that happened on its own — it's a reaction to concerns Trump is going to restore the enforcement of immigration laws," Krikorian said. "It won't last if that fear isn't realized, but if it is, if Trump ...more »

Local industrial park eyed for possible marijuana growing site
Athens NEWSMay 1, 2017

The Ohio Legislature approved a law last year to legalize use of medical marijuana in Ohio. However, the state is still in the process of setting up the regulatory structure; what's clear is that the number of permits for dispensaries and growing ...more »

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New R&D Funding Model For TB, Antimicrobial Resistance
Intellectual Property WatchMay 1, 2017

Coupling this financial reward with an obligation to pool the compounds data and intellectual property, the 3P Project will then fund the development of treatment combinations. The project will thus de-link the costs of research and development from ...more »

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New Fed Circuit decision bolsters on-sale bar
JD Supra (press release)May 17, 2017

Patent litigators will tell you that there are many ways to invalidate a patent. One of their favorites is a self-inflicted ground of invalidity known as the “on-sale bar.” Under patent law, if you sell (or offer to sell) your invention more than one ...more »

Cultural Institutions
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Public engagement in history
The New TimesMay 3, 2017

Museums have been a part of human history for over 2000 years starting with a Greek wing as temples built for enlightenment. Today, the museum concept has spread all over the world and captured public attention than ever before. But the question still ...more »

Trademarks in a “Social” World: A Canadian Perspective
Lexology (registration)May 16, 2017

They appear to be balancing legitimate commercial activities with those that infringe on others' trademark rights. Courts will look at the circumstances of all such use to determine when such use will be offside Canadian trademark law. To help navigate ...more »

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