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Since our last edition, there has been a number of developments in the Life Sciences sector across the Asia Pacific region and we are pleased to be able to update you on these recent trends.
It is evident that the...more
In this issue:
- Apps and Data Privacy
– New Guidelines from the German DPAs New Developments in Cybersecurity Regulation
- Refer-a-Friend Functionality on the Internet – Federal Court underpins its...more
Last month’s Employment Law Commentary discussed the high level of international attention now being paid to protecting trade secrets from misappropriation, with recommendations for practical steps that companies may take to...more
In the second video of a three-part series, Fenwick attorney Paul Smith talks about the growing anticipation surrounding this strong, conductive and flexible material.
Why the excitement? Simply put, graphene is easy. It’s...more
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In this issue:
- SEC v. Citigroup: A New Standard for Reviewing Consent Decrees
- Credit Unions Beware – the TARP Watchdog Is Ready to Pounce
- Canada's New Anti-Spam Legislation: What Does It Mean for...more
Data breaches may be nothing new, but they are certainly evolving into bigger and more notorious infractions. While the data breaches of yesterday may have involved accidental disclosure or disgruntled former employees, the...more
In this issue:
- The Early Bird Gets the Trademark: Don’t Delay Filing Intent-to-Use Applications
- Color Wars: Narrowing Color Claims in Trademark Rights
- It’s Good to Be Famous: TTAB Expands...more
Technology allows businesses around the world to easily communicate and access data, increasing both business opportunities and worker productivity. However, this same technology also makes corporate data more vulnerable to...more
The Uniform Trade Secrets Act, adopted by 47 states including Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, generally defines protectable trade secrets as information that derives independent economic value from not being...more
In what is the first case of its kind, the Justice Department has filed criminal charges against Chinese military officers for hacking U.S. Companies. Five Chinese military officers, all members of China’s Peoples’ Liberation...more
2013 will be remembered as a watershed year for trade secret protection in China.
In January 2013, China’s Amended Civil Procedure Law came into force, giving courts discretion to issue interlocutory injunctions (1)...more
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The recent Federal Court of Canada decision in Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe (2014 FC 161) has already received considerable attention for its approach to deterring so-called “copyright trolls”: plaintiffs...more
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Apps likely contain several elements of intellectual property. Protect copyrights, patents and trade secrets as you would in other software projects (employee and contractor agreements, copyright registrations, trademark...more
Employees who use personal smart phones, PDAs, tablets, laptops and other electronic devices to connect to the employer’s computer network are fast becoming more of a rule than an exception. Today’s employees are often...more
2013 likely will be considered a watershed period in the role of cybersecurity in corporate strategy and management. While there were few significant legislative developments, a marked increase in cybersecurity attacks...more
Although headlines have focused on foreign cyberattacks, plenty are U.S.-based—and can be remedied. Over the past year the national press has repeatedly reported on the vulnerability of our intellectual property to...more
Readers seem to have liked our post about the recent GAO report that summarized the U.S. data privacy debate. For those interested in Internet law and policy issues, there are plenty of other official reports that you can use...more
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Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Brian Von Hatten, lists some of the risks companies face when their workforce wants to bring their own devices to work....more
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