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The most influential people of 2006


MIP presents its fourth annual list of the most influential people in IP. Join us as we meet the 2006 top 50

Influence takes many forms. From the academics and theorists whose ideas filter down to shape our views, to the legislators, administrators and judges who set and uphold the rules, to the IP creators, owners and users who seek to sway...


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RT @UPCtracker: It may be worthwhile awaiting the decision of the German Constitutional Court after all. https://t.co/EGCQe9WODb

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ICYMI: easyGroup loses trade mark fight against EasyRoommate, in a judgment by Mr Justice Arnold in the England and… https://t.co/pCquiA0y7N

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Analyzing Huawei’s SEP win against Samsung in Shenzhen court https://t.co/rvcrYEf0WV https://t.co/fAxIgunnXA

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