Nanobiotechnology: Unique Commercialization Issues

Laura Faulconer is the Director of Innovation Projects at COIN (Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology) and will be on the panel discussing “Nanotechnology IP: Implications of the Very Small” at the Licensing Executives Winter Conference 2011 on Thursday 10th February in San José, California, USA. Panel participants will include Maurice Gunderson from CMEA Capital, Douglas … Read more Nanobiotechnology: Unique Commercialization Issues

Legal: IP Licensing in China for High-tech Companies

Art Nutter is Chairman and CEO of TAEUS International Corporation. He will be a panelist in a discussion regarding the IP landscape in China at the Licensing Executives Society Winter Conference 2011 on Thursday 10th February at 3.30pm, in San José. The discussion occurring in Silicon Valley on Thursday, February 10, 2011 regarding high technology … Read more Legal: IP Licensing in China for High-tech Companies

Bloomberg’s Ten Most Read Law Dockets of 2010

The Bloomberg legal research service has revealed the top ten most read US law dockets of 2010, revealing the legal information most sought-after by legal professionals, journalists and investors in the United States: 1. Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., Docket No. 1:08-bk-13555 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Sept. 15, 2008) Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. filed the largest bankruptcy in … Read more Bloomberg’s Ten Most Read Law Dockets of 2010

Royal Bank of Scotland Fined £28.59 Million for Giving Secrets to Barclays

A bank which is partly owned by the UK Government was fined on 30th March 2010 by a UK Government watchdog for giving away confidential pricing information to a competitor. Royal Bank of Scotland (LON:RBS) passed on generic and specific pricing information to Barclays (LON:BARC) in 2008. Barclays gained immunity from being fined under the … Read more Royal Bank of Scotland Fined £28.59 Million for Giving Secrets to Barclays