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Seriously, did you really assign your IP rights to all members of the group?
How many times have Kat readers encountered, or even been complicit in, the drafting of, an agreement where the licensc or assignment of IP rights purportedly applies to multiple members of the “corporate group” or the like? The impetus for such a provision usually comes from a tax or...
Internet Governance and the NETmundial Initiative: A Flawed Attempt at Turning Words into Action
EFF was amongst a handful of user representatives invited to attend the initial scoping meeting of a new global convening called the NETmundial Initiative , which was held today in Geneva. In introducing the event, Virgílio Almeida of Brazil's Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation...
Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc. (I) (Fed. Cir. 2014)
By Kevin E. Noonan -- In the first of a pair of decisions issued last Friday, Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc., the Federal Circuit affirmed a finding by the District Court that a generic company could moot ANDA litigation by amending its application to exclude practice of an...
Magical Drug Wins EFF’s Stupid Patent of the Month
Good news everyone! The Patent Office has granted a patent on a cure for cancer. Last December, the Patent Office issued Patent No. 8,609,915 on a “potent drug” that “rebukes cancer, cancer cells, and kills cancer.” According to the patent, this drug cures a litany of other maladies...

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Connecticut Man Charged After Friend Loses Game Of Russian Roulette
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Best of Breed v. Integrated v. Piecemeal v. Outsider
Just as the business of law is at the start of a revolution, the platforms supporting firms, Practice Management Systems (PMS), are facing similar challenges. There are the traditional PMS brands that have been around for decades, and others that seem to have sprung up almost overnight...
Texas Is Failing to Properly Fund Public Schools, Judge Rules
AUSTIN, Texas—A state judge ruled on Thursday that Texas is still failing to adequately fund public schools, after legislators last year restored $3.5 billion in spending cuts.
Another physicist whacks physicists who bash philosophy
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In Houston, grand jury frequent fliers
Revelations that a single senior Houston police officer served on at least ten grand juries have been an eye-opener to those who might have assumed that the grand jury as constituted in Harris County (Houston) was random or representative in its composition. Radley Balko...

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