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Patents News In Georgia - Google News


North Charleston's Ingevity buying Georgia-Pacific chemical unit
Charleston Post Courier
Ingevity is buying Georgia-Pacific's pine chemicals business, which makes acids and other specialty ingredients used in adhesives, cleaners, paints, inks and other products. They also have applications in the metalworking, mining, oilfield, packaging ...

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Georgia-Pacific selling part of Crossett operation to Ingevity ...
Magnoliareporter
Georgia-Pacific is selling its pine chemicals business, which employs 70 people in Crossett, to Ingevity Corporation for $315 million.

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Linking Patent Strategy to Commercial Success
IPWatchdog.com
... are often based on the commercial success of the patented product, whether that commercial success stems from the patented features of the patented product, and the advantages of the patented product over other products. See Georgia-Pacific Corp. v.



Georgia State professor Carolyn Bourdeaux fights against current health care reform in 7th district race
The Signal
Georgia State professor Carolyn Bourdeaux plans to fights against current health care reform in 7th district race for 2018. | Photo by: Georgia State University. A Georgia State professor and former state Senate budget director recently announced that ...





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