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September 02, 2009

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Conflicts of laws arise more frequently in the field of intellectual property as works, trademarks, and inventions are increasingly exploited across borders. This article will sketch out a framework of analysis for dealing with the ambivalent conflicts rulings that have been arising in cross-border cases. This framework is only intended to sharpen issues and to suggest useful analyses for reaching some solutions.

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When a US District Court Judge awarded $68 million in damages for patent infringement against Research In Motion (RIM), the company's shares fell a staggering 20 per cent. This was in August of 2003, 24 hours after the Court's decision was released. The market impact of the decision was remarkable considering that $68 million represented less than 10 per cent of the $700 million cash reserves held by the Waterloo-based maker of the ubiquitous BlackBerry.

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where he had worked for Pillsbury since 2001 as an IP litigator. Before that he worked in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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I wish Yahoo luck with their new IP litigator.

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