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Speaking on Sunday at the AIPPI World Congress in Sydney, retired Federal Court Judge Annabelle Bennett - an eminent figure in Australian IP - stated that ?populist sentiment is affecting everything, including patents?; and she was absolutely right. In ...

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Judge Says Wait For Dismissal Order Dooms Transfer Motion
SalesLoft argued the case belonged in Delaware, where it is incorporated, or in Georgia, where its headquarters are. But Judge Kimball faulted the company for not raising the argument until two weeks after he ruled the patents were not based on ...

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PTAB Judge Joins Finnegan?and Other 'On the Move' News
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After serving as a top patent judge with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Trenton Ward has returned to Atlanta, joining intellectual property firm Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner as a partner. Ward headed for Washington in 2012 ...

Delaware resident, Widener University professor imprisoned in Turkey since August 2016
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A Delaware resident and Widener University chemistry professor is one of a dozen Americans who have been imprisoned in Turkey since 2016 for allegedly playing a part in a failed military coup that left 249 people dead and many more injured. Although a ...

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