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RT @SethNorthrop: The @USPTO is blasted by watchdog for playing hooky, wasting money. https://t.co/nJBArE8NKg #iplaw #patents

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RT @MMLCResearch: Hashtags and emojis as trademarks and undue/due influence of social media platforms explored https://t.co/AOATxSh6DU

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Kenyon's gone but IP boutique model isn't dead, as our look at firms born in the '60s shows https://t.co/6QQJM7Nqlv https://t.co/ujIqnodzNP

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