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  • Fall 2013 RIPL Symposium: IP Rights, Ownership and Identity in Social Media
  • Spring 2013 RIPL Symposium: The Intersection of Intellectual Property Rights and Public Health

China’s State Council Considering Public Suggestions to First Draft of Amended Trademark Law Implementation Regulations

By riplblog on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
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(Paul Kossof, RIPL Articles Editor) The initial public draft of the amended Regulations for the Implementation of the Trademark Law (“Implementation Regulations Draft”) was released in January, and China’s State Council accepted suggestions until February 10, 2014. China’s Trademark Office and the State Council are currently drafting the second draft, and will release it shortly…

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5th Annual RIPL Symposium

By Calli M. Shapiro on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

The 5th Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Symposium will be held on November 8, 2013 on the topic of IPublic Health: The Intersection of Intellectual Property Rights and Public Health. We are proud to be in a partnership with the American Bar Association Section of International Law. We will have speakers addressing issues of …

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RIPL 13-1 Is Now Online

By Kate Y. Jung on Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

For our Fall Edition RIPL is proud to present articles from Authors Alfred C. Server, Hal Milton, Shontavia Jackson Johnson and Sarah A. Hinchliffe. We also are proud to present three comments written by RIPL Authors Luke S. Curran, Angela Huisingh and Paul Kossof.

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RIPL 12-2 Is Now Online

By Alex Lutzow on Sunday, March 10th, 2013

The Second Issue of RIPL Volume 12 is now online. or our Winter Edition, RIPL is proud to present articles from John Calvert, George Wheeler, Etan S. Chatlynne, Shawn P. Gorman, and Henry Tsai. We also are proud to present two comments written by RIPL authors Ryan Westerman and Michael L. Boyle.

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Monsanto’s Position Looking Strong After Oral Arguments

By Alex Lutzow on Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

Bowman v. Monsanto is just the latest of many patent cases that has found its way to the Supreme Court’s docket. The question posed to the court was, essentially, what constitutes infringement of a patent to a patented gene in a plant, that inevitably will be planted and will reproduce itself. Also at issue is…

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