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Apr 04, 2014

REWIND: International Business News #91

This week in international business,  we have a case going to the Supreme Court, which may determine whether a tougher standard for patentability may be enforced; Canada’s “trade-mark” law reform; millions of new Google shares on the market; and Mississippi extends trade-secret protections to universities and colleges.» Read More

Feb 14, 2014

Gabrielski Presents Seminar on the Promises & Perils of International Business

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, in cooperation with The Somerset County Business Partnership, PNC Wealth Management, PNC Bank, and WithumSmith+Brown, PC, recently presented “Doing Business Internationally: Promises & Perils,” a panel-style breakfast seminar. Presenters included Robert C. Gabrielski, Member of Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus; Michele Stacey, Vice-President of International Banking Group at PNC Bank; Jeffrey Placido, Director of Foreign Exchange for PNC Capital Markets; Kimberlee Phelan, Partner of WithumSmith+Brown; and Mike Kerwin, President of the Business Partnership.» Read More

Apr 16, 2013

New Top Level Domains Pose Security Risks

Experts warn that new top level domains bring with them security risks.

“ICANN is moving a little too fast with these new gTLDs without really giving people time to get ready,” [DigiCert associate general counsel Jeremy] Rowley said in an interview.

Rowley is a member of the CA Security Council (CASC) alongside executives from Symantec, Comodo, Entrust, GMO GlobalSign, Trend Micro and Go Daddy.

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Apr 03, 2013

Digital Products May Not Be Re-Sold Online under “Right of First Sale” Doctrine

Just days after the Supreme Court’s decision allowing a purchaser of books abroad to re-sell them in bulk in the U.S., thereby exercising the purchaser’s “right of first sale” of a copyrighted work, which expressly provides such a sale is not a violation of the copyright law, on March 30, 2013, a New York federal judge has ruled that digital products may not be re-sold on the web under the same doctrine.  » Read More


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