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Trade Mark reporting
[April 30, 2017 – 10:47 pm]
Trade Mark reporting

On Wednesday, the Senate Finance Committee will convene a hearing to mark up a bill to grant Permanent Normal Trade Relations (PNTR) with Russia. Several amendments to the bill (S. 3285) have been filed with the Committee. The NAM sent a letter to the Senate Finance Committee leadership to support swift action on PNTR. The hearing will convene at 9:30 a.m. in 215 Dirksen Senate Office, and a webcast will be available on the committee’s website. Russia is slated to join the WTO after it approves the accession agreement, which was agreed to in December 2011 after 18 years of negotiations…

Definition of patent Lands
[April 20, 2017 – 10:39 pm]
Definition of patent Lands

By Dennis Crouch On February 8, 2013 (this Friday), the Federal Circuit will sit en banc and hear arguments on two important patent cases. In CLS Bank v. Alice Corp the court will focus on the patenting of inventions implemented through software. The two particular questions highlighted in the en banc order are: a. What test should the court adopt to determine whether a computer-implemented invention is a patent ineligible "abstract idea”; and when, if ever, does the presence of a computer in a claim lend patent eligibility to an otherwise patent-ineligible idea? ;…

Definition of patent priority date
[April 18, 2017 – 10:38 pm]
Definition of patent priority date

On March 16, 2013, the United States will become a “first-to-file” country for determining the rights of different inventors competing for a patent covering the same invention.  This is part of the recent “America Invents Act” (AIA).  To best preserve your rights, consider filing new applications and continuation applications before this deadline.  Until now, the U.S. has been the only “first-to-invent” country.  When two inventors filed patent applications covering the same invention, the patent was given to the inventor who could prove he conceived the invention first.  From…

What is Copyright and Plagiarism?
[April 8, 2017 – 10:31 pm]
What is Copyright and Plagiarism?

Canada’s arts –performing and written –include a strong streak of satire and parody. Something I admire and enjoy. I learned tonight that Canada modernized its copyright law November 7, 2012. Inba Kehoe, Copyright officer for the University of Victoria, spoke to Victoria Writers Society tonight. The fair dealing part of copyright law was expanded to include use in education, yes, but also for satire and parody. Yay! But the rules around how many words are included in fair dealing in Canada remain complicated. (The term fair use is employed in the U.S.) Kehoe kept referring to…

Reporting of brand
[April 6, 2017 – 10:26 pm]
Reporting of brand

Toyota, Johnson & Johnson and Honda are the greenest brands in the world, according to Interbrand’s ‘Best Global Green Brands 2012’ report, while no Australian brands rated among the top 50 for green credentials. The report, which uses consumer research and environmental practice performance data provided by Deloitte to arrive at its conclusions, found that most industries around the world are taking steps to sustainability and their degree of external reporting, with automotive and technology brands leading the pack. Global CEO of Interbrand, Jez Frampton says sustainability…

Reporting of customer capital
[March 27, 2017 – 10:10 pm]
Reporting of customer capital

Tweet Great piece out this morning by our friend John Roe at the Commodity Customer Coalition () regarding the PFGBest bankruptcy and some details of how things could unfold, though they are careful to say (and we want to reinforce) that it is informational only and does not constitute legal advice . You can read the full piece here, but the highlights are as follows: 1. PFGBest filed chapter 7 (pure liquidation) versus chapter 11 (reorganization with hopes of emerging), meaning the bankruptcy is handled by Chapter 7 law and relevant portions of the Commodity Exchange Act. Our…

Organizational resources reporting
[March 23, 2017 – 09:56 pm]
Organizational resources reporting

JOB DESCRIPTION ur client is a leading global media business in the Superyacht industry . They organise numerous annual Superyacht events in locations including London, Monaco and Fort Lauderdale. Key Job Objectives: To manage our client’s existing events: Actively engage with owners, captains and other key influencers to increase the yacht participation at our client’s worldwide events To assist where required in the organization of Boat Shows that our client attends To assist where required in the organization of any new events our client may stage in the future The successful…

Definition of Brandon
[March 21, 2017 – 09:55 pm]
Definition of Brandon

For our first assignment in EDTECH 504, I had to write a definition of Educational Technology. My definition and reasoning are pasted below. Before I started taking classes at BSU, I thought of Educational Technology as the hardware and software that was used in class. I viewed the tools that we had available as being what technology is. Learning about educational technology, then, meant learning about what tools were available, and learning how to use the tools I had more efficiently. My definition of Educational Technology has grown over the last couple of months, though…

What is financial capital?
[March 17, 2017 – 09:53 pm]
What is financial capital?

Production and Costs Output is produced by combining inputs: Q = f[ L, K, Entrepreneurship, etc..] Fixed versus Variable Inputs Every factor of production (i.e. input) has an associated factor price. Explicit versus Implicit Costs Accounting versus Economic Profits Short Run Production…. Diminishing Marginal Productivity Long Run Production Marginal Average Rule Total, Average and Marginal Product Short Run Costs versus Long Run Costs Total, Average and Marginal Costs, Fixed versus variable costs Mechanics of Producer Equilibrium Market Demand versus the Firm’s Demand Profit…

UKCES Human Capital Reporting
[March 13, 2017 – 09:52 pm]
UKCES Human Capital Reporting

A straw poll of the 100 or so HR directors attending the Human Resources Forum 2009 has found 38% believe a lack of talent in the workforce is the biggest problem facing their functions at the moment. Their concerns over the state of training and the availability of skills within the UK workforce was further compounded when 29% of the directors said in five years time they believe the supply of graduates with the right skills will still be inadequate, while a quarter felt the situation is set to get worse. Meanwhile earlier in the week a report published by the UK Commission…

Goodwill financial reporting
[March 7, 2017 – 09:46 pm]
Goodwill financial reporting

The second edition includes over 25 percent new and updated information including:New information on the separate accounting and financial reporting standards for private/small businesses versus public/large businessesUpdated information that reflects the 2007 law on international financial reporting standardsNew content to match SEC and other governmental regulatory changes over the past three yearsNew information about how the analyst-corporate connection has actually changed the playing fieldThe impact of corporate communications and new technologiesNew examples that reflect…

What is corporate capital?
[February 25, 2017 – 09:34 pm]
What is corporate capital?

According to Steven Landsburg, the answer is to cut capital taxes, and he makes a good case: There are only three things you and I can do to make the future world a better place. First, we can consume less, leaving more resources behind. Second, we can work harder, planting trees, building factories and writing poems that will live on after we’re gone. Third, we can innovate, advancing science and technology so that our children’s children’s children can make better use of the resources they inherit. As it happens, there’s one key policy variable that drives all three of these…

Explain organisational capital
[February 21, 2017 – 09:30 pm]
Explain organisational capital

Individuals contributing to the organization are not only limited to employees alone. The short-term contractors, vendors and free-lance workers all contribute and their contribution is highly influenced by their interactions with other coworkers and supervisors. As resources keep working in their individual or group environments, organizations need to optimize their use of valuable resources and be able to extract best. Biazzi states that “individuals need to be managed respecting their competence and motivations”. He introduces to an important concept called as “ Triple Scull…

Organizational intellectual property explanation
[February 19, 2017 – 09:26 pm]
Organizational intellectual property explanation

Because I’m a writer, copyright is a huge concern for me, so I’ve blogged pretty extensively about the dangerous changes Bill C-11 will make to Canadian copyright law in my personal blog. In today’s world, however, since copyright law’s been extended to blanket pretty much all of our culture, and Bill C-11 will extend its reach into areas of property and technology, it no longer just effects writers or creators, but all of us. I was quite impressed with Green Party leader Elizabeth May’s valient attempt to challenge Bill C-11. If we had a different sort of electoral system that…