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Week of July 30: Top Intellectual Property Rights Articles

post Friday August 3, 2012


Apple and Samsung Lock Horns Over Patents - Financial Times

As the courtroom clashes continue, Apple and Samsung argued over damages in an excess of $2bn. The trial plans to test the company's intellectual property rights in the mobile touchscreen mobile device market.
Ask NSA Director Keith Alexander: Does Cybercrime really cost $1 trillion - Huffington Post
Gen. Keith Alexander is the director of the National Security Agency and oversees U.S. Cyber Command, which means he leads the government's effort to protect America from cyberattacks. The article reviews the July 9 session and Alexander's remarks.
The Most Important Trade Agreement We Know Nothing About - Slate Magazine
The article discusses the recent Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement and its potential effects on intellectual property right law and regulations.
Dealing with Transfer Pricing Peculiarities in Brazil, India and Russia - Transfer Pricing Week
The article reviews the difficulties with the OECD in emerging economies, and illustrates the experiences of taxpayers in local economies.
Protecting Your Next Big Idea: 5 Mistakes Entrepreneurs and Businesses Make - The Atlantic
As the US patent law continyes to evolve, it is important for innovators to understand how to protect their creations.

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