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Bing Fires Two Marketing Execs Over Vendor Issues
But those expenses may be key to news today that two Bing executives have been fired for �mismanagement of company assets and vendor procurement,� according to Microsoft.
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GLOBE Awards Winners Honoured
Montreal based engineering firm, Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. took home the coveted Award for Excellence in Emerging Technology for its ingenuity in practical waste management technologies and sustainable living. ... Chairman, QUEST; Denis ...
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Slaying Patent Trolls For Fun and Profit!
Are you a bored law student, lawyer, tech geek, or layman? Would you like to get a big payday for finding obscure research?
Tyga Recalled, Jay Z and Kanye West Settle: Hip Hop and the Sampling Dilemma
After Acuff-Rose Music, Inc. v. Campbell, a case involving the rap group 2 Live Crew's use of Roy Orbison's �Oh, Pretty Woman� lyrics and music, courts have leaned toward finding fair use when the new work is �transformative.
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Much Wants More and Loses Everything: Patent Litigation Backfires
Sunovion Pharmaceutical Inc. conducted lengthy clinical trials on its drug Brovana. As it prepared to launch its drug, Dey Inc. started legal proceedings against Sunovion, claiming patent infringement. The defendant counter-claimed and argued that Dey ...
New Nokia Devices Will Allow Users To Get Messages Anywhere�Through ...
KSR Int'l Co. v. Teleflex, Inc., 550 U.S. 398 (2007). In the present case the technologies were largely already present but Nokia is looking for a way to dramatically change how they interact with one another.
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Lawyers Weeding Out Linsanity
NBA superstar Jeremy Lin's legal representatives are already involved in attempts to trademark both his name and the �Linsanity� moniker bestowed upon him by the media and adoring fans.
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France's Hadopi Sends First Cases for Prosecution
Hadopi, France's agency responsible for protecting intellectual property rights on the Internet, has sent its first load of cases of Internet users who allegedly downloaded films and music illegally for prosecution.
Fashion World Draws Inspiration from Navajo Art, Provokes Lawsuit
Fashion takes inspiration from a limitless variety of sources, from cultural trends to the natural world. Unfortunately, �taking inspiration� from a source can look a lot like stealing.
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Corporate Social Responsibility is a Joke to Reebok
According to Reebok's corporate website, the company sees �the world a little differently� and has made its mark when it has �had the courage to challenge convention.