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Official says China considers raising caps on damages for IP violations as it seeks innovation

SHANGHAI – An official says China is considering raising its low limits on damages for intellectual property violations and strengthening litigation on trade secret theft.

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KAU scholar gets patent on cognitive radio technology

A staff member of the Jeddah-based King Abdulaziz University has been granted a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for creating a new cognitive radio sensing method, according to local media. Dr. Ahmed M. Barnawi of the Faculty of Computing and Information Technology at KAU has reportedly conducted his work using the software-defined radio technology.

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James and Wells IP experts rated amongst the best

James & Wells partners Ian Finch and Kate Wilson continue to dominate New Zealand’s IP scene with their latest accolades ranking them as leading practitioners in New Zealand.

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The Dispute Over Preserving Gaming's Past Is Boiling Over

The ESA and EFF are sparring about gaming preservation; read on to see what both sides have to say.

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Bill Block Fires Back at "Absurd" QED Suit Over 'Fury,' 'Dirty Grandpa' Deals

Block's attorney Marty Singer says QED's problems came about after Russian backers ran out of money in the wake of a FBI investigation; QED’s attorney calls that claim absurd and untrue.

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Fiber-optic ribbon cables: Factors you can't afford to ignore

Migrating to 40G/100G fiber-optic ribbon-cable infrastructure requires careful planning for current load conditions and those expected in the future. Here's what data center managers need to know.

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Arena Pharmaceuticals shares rise on weight loss drug patent

NEW YORK Shares of Arena Pharmaceuticals rose Tuesday after the drug developer said it received an additional patent for its weight loss drug Belviq.

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