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@aaronwood Is it use in the course of trade? Also, would there be a defence under Art 14 of the new Directive?! https://t.co/kwGSPsBhI2

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Our very informative and practical #tradesecrets #DTSA webinar now recorded for you to listen/view at leisure https://t.co/mtTRE1tM8Y

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SCOTUS to hear The Slants case - but not Redksins https://t.co/zO7j7VkUVz ($/trial) #LeevTam #tademark #LanhamAct https://t.co/OV6NZfvvJc

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