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Patent Lawyers Launch New IP Inn of Court (access required)

One lawyer’s desire to provide a proper Alexandria welcome to the massive federal patent office comes to fruition next month with the start of the Pauline Newman Intellectual Property American Inn of Court. Ronald W. Stern is not even a ...

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Make it match: Petition vs. opening brief (access required)

Here’s a brief reminder on brief-writing, brought to you by the Supreme Court of Virginia. When you draft your opening brief, make sure you stay true to the wording of the assignments of error that won you the appeal. In ...

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What to do if you hate the new Facebook

Facebook, the social media giant, has sprung a number of new changes on its millions of users this week, and the early reviews are not good. Among the changes: • The old News Feed now shows up on the right ...

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OK, who did the IP due diligence?

The entertainment rental company Netflix angered many longtime customers with a new pricing scheme a few weeks ago. This week, the company “apologized” by announcing it was splitting itself into two companies – one that would handle DVD rentals and ...

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