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A recent accident highlights how state fracking laws protect corporate trade secrets over public safety...Courtesty of the Ohio Environmental Council On the morning of June 28, a fire broke out at a Halliburton fracking site in Monroe County, Ohio.
A businessman is suing the University of California San Diego, saying the university is improperly refusing to release public documents related to its machine shops which he believes undercut private shops. The suit was filed by Marc Olsson, owner of
Chicago Illinois history, according to Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP's Trade Secrets Watch blog post, " Pulling back the veil: Top 10 Disclosed Trade Secret Settlements ," published Oct. 16 , 2013. "This settlement points to the significant
I cover intellectual property issues to prevent IP horror stories...Of course, being that it is summer and very hot around the nation no one is thinking of school, but I think having a primer on intellectual property (IP) never hurts in any season!
Protect Tech Financial companies are looking to the government to protect their technology, said Joel Reidenberg, academic director of Fordham University's Center on Law and Information Policy in New York. He said they have convinced prosecutors that
Do you use bourbon, rye or scotch; is fruit sacrilege; and where do you stand on water and ice?...Photographs: Felicity Cloake for the Guardian The old fashioned has been the old-fashioned way to make a cocktail for about 130 years, during which time
Consider a spectrum of business information from the most specific and publically disclosed to the most abstract and undisclosed. Traditional registration of copyrights and patents requires the public disclosure of an idea that has been reduced to
Brand recognition. When a company builds strong goodwill with consumers, its identifying trademark as the source of certain products or services can be extremely valuable...Patent and Trademark Office (charging a filing fee of $325 per class of
Photobioreactors located at Algenol's commercial development campus in Fort Myers, Florida. The company says it holds the key for climate-friendly biofuels and it's found itself under siege from Chinese military hackers and others. (Courtesy of
US man sentenced for selling DuPont secrets to China DuPont controls a significant portion of the global market for titanium dioxide A US man convicted of stealing trade secrets and selling them to a Chinese state-owned company has been sentenced to