The article you are looking for is no longer available. Below are articles published during the same period. You can find other articles for your topics by typing your keywords in the search module on the left.
Articles published at the same period as the one you are looking for:
By MMLC Group
China's automotive industry has grown nearly 2,000% in the past 20 years to a whopping 13.6 million total autos sold in 2009—surpassing the US to become the world's number one auto market.
Drinking and Driving is a matter of life and death. According to statistics compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 37,261 people died in traffic accidents in the United States in 2008.
Popular social networking sites such as Facebook are increasingly being cited in courts as contributing factors in divorces.
There is a new trend in the courts when determining child custody matters. This trend is seen in Florida's new parenting law, which includes new factors for the courts to consider.
Several major guide-lines of necessary steps towards a fast and successful property resale in Bulgaria.
The amendments to the Estonian Public Procurement Act are enacted in two stages – the majority of amendments entered into force on July 1st this year, while the rest will take effect as of January 1st, 2011. We hereby provide an overview of the most important amendments and the remaining problems.
While not required under U.S. Patent law, marking is beneficial in providing constructive notice to others that the product is patented and damages for infringement may accrue from the date of constructive notice.
Section 1201 of the copyright law (17 U.S.C. §1201(a)(1)) requires every three years that the Librarian of Congress determine whether there are any classes of works that will be subject to exemptions from prohibition against the circumvention of Digital Rights Management (DRM), which is a form of technology that controls access to a copyrighted work.
In June of this year, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down the ruling in the case of Bilski v. Kapos, which as we all hoped, would have provided a clear definition, or test, of what is considered to be patentable subject matter. Unfortunately, the Bilski decision provided little guidance.
Do you believe you may have a case for a defective or unsafe product for an injury that occurred in Pennsylvania? Read this article to find out.