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New article online: Russian Supreme Court tackles trademark squatting By Olga Yashina (Gorodissky) ($/trial)

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Think Lego did this about 30 years ago (though admittedly their aircraft didn't actually fly)

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RT @terrencehart: Judge warns EFF about "lack of candor", denies amicus brief in DMCA dispute

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