For decades, antitrust lawyers at the U.S. Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission have squabbled over turf, but now the two agencies are moving toward a rare level of rapport
...a lawsuit filed in May against Amazon.com Inc. involving its Kindle products. Earlier this month, Chief Judge Patti Saris entered...
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...light-emitting diode components that allegedly infringe a university-owned patent in Kindle products. The school filed Trustees of Boston University v...
We must move beyond the traditional silos of patents, trademarks and copyrights to a dialogue about how the system as a whole can champion design in the 21st Century
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...to an affidavit of indigence under an abuse-of-discretion standard. See Kindle v. United States Auto. Ass'n, 357 S.W.3d 377, 380...
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