In an effort to attract global business and take his IP law firm to the next level, Michael Cantor decided to started small -- by building personal relationships with lawyers from other countries. Fo
Cantor Colburn partner Michael Cantor realized more than a decade ago that the way to bring his intellectual property law firm to the next level was to attract global business to bolster the rapidly
...paid off." Last year, Knobbe Martens represented a Kyoto University professor in obtaining patent protection in the U.S. which led...
In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard, Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia Law School, discusses the most significant ways the Obama administration can affect cl
The culture of the Southeast was new to Elizabeth Hathaway when she moved from Los Angeles to Atlanta six years ago to become the Assistant U.S. Attorney and deputy chief of narcotics. But Hathaway h
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When Elizabeth Hathaway moved from Los Angeles to Atlanta six years ago to become the assistant U.S. attorney and deputy chief of narcotics, she viewed the change as a great career opportunity and a
...year's laureates, John Gurdon of the University of Cambridge in England and Shinya Yamanaka at Kyoto University in Japan. Those scientists...
Talk to members of Tokyo's international legal community these days, and you hear a common refrain: Life is elsewhere. Indeed, Chinese companies reportedly participated in IPOs worth $73 billion in 2
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