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Blackmail and the Contract Cheating Industry

Plagiarism Today

A university launched a sting operation to test contract cheaters. The post Blackmail and the Contract Cheating Industry appeared first on Plagiarism Today. They got was a lesson in blackmail and the dangers of the industry.

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Types of Intellectual Property Contracts

Intepat

Intellectual property rights may be established, protected, or granted to another party by contracts or agreements. Considering that the subject matter is so complex, the law regarding contracts is usually handled by lawyers who specialize in it.

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Technology Contracts: An Overview

JD Supra Law

Following is an overview of some different types of technology contracts, how such contracts are often used in practice, and some of the supplementary documents used alongside such contracts. By: Venable LLP

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Québec’s Language Legislation: Release of Regulations Impacting Commercial Contracts and Trademarks

JD Supra Law

This post summarizes a newly published regulation (the “Amended Regulation”) amending the Québec Charter of the French Language (“Charter”) and the Regulation respecting the language of commerce and business in key areas such as commercial contract drafting and the use of English-language trademarks.

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Implied Contracts with the Government over Counterfeit Coins

Patently-O

United States does focus on counterfeiting coins as well as implied contracts with the Federal Government. The Portland Mint then sued the government in the Court of Federal Claims, arguing it was entitled to payment for the genuine portion of the coins under the terms of the regulation and an implied contract. United States , 153 F.

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Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) Progress in Latin America: Uruguay Becomes the Newest Contracting Member

JD Supra Law

The PCT—first signed in 1970, effective for 35 years and currently covering 157 contracting countries—is an essential milestone for the globalization of patent law and, consequently, for the protection of inventions at an international level. By: Mayer Brown

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KPN Wins $287M Jury Verdict In Contract Beef With Samsung

IP Law 360

A Texas state jury has awarded $287 million to Dutch telecommunications company Koninklijke KPN in a contract dispute with Samsung Electronics Co., finding that Samsung breached a license agreement by refusing to pay for using a KPN patent, according to the verdict form.