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Oracle trial against Google set for April

A US judge scheduled a trial between Oracle Corp. and Google Inc. for April 16, 2012, over claims Google violated Oracle's intellectual property rights relating to the Java programming language, according to a ruling on Tuesday.

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Marlon Brando Estate Wins $356,000 Judgment in Federal Lawsuit Against Ashley Furniture Industries Inc.

LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – Feb 6, 2012) – Brando Enterprises, LP, the owner of all intellectual property rights of the late film legend Marlon Brando, has been awarded a judgment of $356,000 in its federal lawsuit against Ashley Furniture Industries Inc. for unauthorized sale of a line of furniture products under the 'Brando' name.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership, China & the Future of Intellectual Property Law Negotiations

It’s no secret that the U.S., specifically certain American industries and their champions in the U.S. government, are less than pleased with the state of intellectual property rights enforcement in China.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership, China & the Future of Intellectual Property Law Negotiations

It’s no secret that the U.S., specifically certain American industries and their champions in the U.S. government, are less than pleased with the state of intellectual property rights enforcement in China.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership, China & the Future of Intellectual Property Law Negotiations

It’s no secret that the U.S., specifically certain American industries and their champions in the U.S. government, are less than pleased with the state of intellectual property rights enforcement in China.

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership, China & the Future of Intellectual Property Law Negotiations

It’s no secret that the U.S., specifically certain American industries and their champions in the U.S. government, are less than pleased with the state of intellectual property rights enforcement in China.

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US groups point out flaws in country’s IPR: report

TWO industry groups in the US identified weaknesses in the country’s intellectual property rights protection as key barriers to trade, noting poor enforcement and judicial system as lawmakers fall behind in ratifying global IPR treaties, reports submitted to the United States Trade Representative office said.

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