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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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August 2010
Opening Remarks Randy studies a recent Canadian court ruling that may change the way you value your miles. mark for My Articles 325 similar articles
Registered Rep.
July 15, 2010
Kristen French
Goldman Sachs Agrees To Record $550 Million Abacus Settlement The settlement, which must still be approved by the court, represents the first case brought by the S.E.C.'s new structured and new products unit. mark for My Articles 233 similar articles
July 14, 2010
Devin Leonard
Another Suit Over the Spoils of Facebook A onetime contractor says he's 84 percent owner of Facebook. mark for My Articles 124 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 13, 2010
Selena Maranjian
Will This New Law Hurt Restaurant Stocks? High calories could lead to lower profits. Restaurant chains, in compliance with a new law, will soon post nutritional information on their menus. mark for My Articles 544 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 13, 2010
Anders Bylund
Will Facebook Dodge This Bullet? Even frivolous lawsuits sometimes result in big payouts. mark for My Articles 140 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 12, 2010
Rex Moore
Are Apple and Microsoft Cheating in the Wireless Game? NTP Inc., founded by the self-proclaimed "inventor of wireless email," says several manufacturers or developers of wireless devices are using its email technology without a license. HTC, LG Electronics, Google, and Motorola are also named in last week's lawsuits. mark for My Articles 173 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 9, 2010
Anders Bylund
Will Hollywood be Forced to Share the Loot? Studio's money-shuffling fails to fool courts. A pair of legal decisions are casting a dark shadow of doubt over the time-dishonored Hollywood tradition of making sure that every blockbuster hit ends up losing money for accounting purposes. mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 8, 2010
Andrew Turley
DNA must do its job for patent protection A European court has ruled that patents for DNA do not give protection when the sequences are no longer performing the task they were inserted to do. mark for My Articles 491 similar articles
Information Today
July 6, 2010
George H. Pike
Supreme Court Confirms Patentability of Business Methods, Denies Bilski Patent The lengthy and complex decision, entitled Bilski v. Kappos, affirmed the legality of business method patents, while leaving unanswered some questions about the scope and breadth of such patents. mark for My Articles 718 similar articles
July 1, 2010
Caroline Winter
Who Could Gain from a High-Court Ruling The Supreme Court's recent ruling will make it harder to battle white-collar crime. Which jailed execs stand to benefit? mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
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