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Fashion Week showcases new trends and styles from creative designers. However, each year Customs and Border Enforcement confiscates knock-off designer goods at points of entry. Knock-offs of any type represent theft of American intellectual property, harming the...
This library research skills training session will focus on tools and strategies for researching the ways that countries and international organizations provide protection for intellectual property. The IP librarian will discuss the World Intellectual Property...
Explore and review important sources and research tools to help you in your women in the law and family law research. For more information, contact Karen Wahl, Reference/Legal History and Rare Books Librarian, at email@example.com.
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