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The Definition of Plagiarism

Plagiarism Today

Plagiarism almost defies definition. Drafting a definition that is short, complete and useful is nearly impossible. The post The Definition of Plagiarism appeared first on Plagiarism Today. That may be a good thing.

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One Way AI is Definitely Like Napster

Plagiarism Today

The post One Way AI is Definitely Like Napster appeared first on Plagiarism Today. The legal fight over generative AI is still heating up. However, there's at least one way this fight mirrors the 2000 battle against Napster.

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Arkansas Case Law Informs the Definition of "Trade Secret"

JD Supra Law

Case law informs the definition of “trade secret” which assists us as we prospectively counsel clients and litigate trade secret cases.

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What is the Definition of "Trade Secret" Under Arkansas Law?

JD Supra Law

The Arkansas civil and criminal statutes referenced in our prior blog posts on the subject each have their own definition of what constitutes a trade secret. The applicable definitions are highlighted below. By: Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard,

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Federal Circuit Rules on Inventor-as-Lexicographer Definitions and the Proper Scope of Reply and Sur-Reply Briefing Following Patent Owner Responses to IPR Institution Decisions

Intellectual Property Law Blog

The Federal Circuit cited recent case law: “To act as its own lexicographer, a patentee must clearly set forth a definition of the disputed claim term other than its plain and ordinary meaning and must clearly express an intent to redefine the term.” to introduce a general definition for “storage [elements]” in [4.] Tools Inc.

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Prior Narrow Definition Does Not (Necessarily) Limit Claim Scope in Family Member

Patently-O

The court further explained that patents within a family can use two different definitions of the same term. “[T]hese two definitions can exist in harmony within the patent family.” Since the “small” definition was eliminated, that also mooted the question of whether “small” is indefinite.

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Health Canada opens consultation on proposed application of definition of Canadian reference product based on Dormant status

JD Supra Law

On March 27, 2023, Health Canada opened for consultation a proposed application of the definition of Canadian reference product under C.08.001.1(b) b) of the Food and Drug Regulations. of the Food and Drug Regulations as.

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