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... In return, Mr. Stroup testified that, based on his personal experience as the partner of an intellectual property law firm, the demand for qualified attorneys with experience similar to Ms. Prisco's exceeded the available pool of such applicants. ...

... In return, Mr. Stroup testified that, based on his personal experience as the partner of an intellectual property law firm, the demand for qualified attorneys with experience similar to Ms. Prisco's exceeded the available pool of such applicants. ...

... It is undisputed that Catholic University disclaimed the equipment and intellectual property Dr. Vossoughi brought with him to UDC in 1167 1989, and that Dr. Vossoughi thereafter was the rightful and sole owner of that property. ...

... Appellee SIIA describes itself as "the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry" and explains that "[o]ne of [its] chief missions is to protect the intellectual property of member companies by fighting the software piracy that threatens to undermine the ...

... 971, 103 L.Ed.2d 118 (1989) (state may not grant intellectual-property protections to an unpatented product; the non-existence of a patent reflects a federal determination that, in order to promote innovation, the product should remain "free for all to use"); Bethlehem Steel Co. ...

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