...growth, according to the United Nations agency charged with protecting inventions, trademarks, industrial designs and copyright. The UN World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO...
WikiLeaks has published a leaked draft of the intellectual property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, revealing proposals that could change how copyrights and patents are handled throughout t
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Boilerplate clauses are most useful when they make a needed change to the background law for the contract or clarify how that law will be applied. A candidate for improvement on this standard is the
...S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in China Minmetals Materials Import & Export Co. v. Chi Mei Corp. (3d Cir. 2003...
The Daily Report
This is the debut installment of The Sanity Clause, column, we examine contract issues faced by in-house counsel
Parties to contracts routinely agree that the laws of a particular jurisdiction will govern their relationship. Despite their prevalence, choice-of-law provisions often do not apply when needed most
...such circumstances was partial to one side. " Applied Industrial Materials Corp. v. Ovalar Makine Ticaret Ve Sanayi, A.S., 492...
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