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 1   Other / Trademark Forum / Hello look at sites  Jan 6th, 2008, 2:48am 
Started by Govamoini | Last post by Govamoini
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 2   Other / Trademark Forum / Hi look at sites  Jan 6th, 2008, 2:19am 
Started by Govamoini | Last post by Govamoini
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 3   Other / Copyright Forum / Re: Sports Logos  Jan 6th, 2008, 12:06am 
Started by cobra323 | Last post by jacobusjay
Personally, I would think that it is wrong to use some person's (or company's) logo for monetary gain without first getting their permission.
On the other hand, if you can trick them into giving you an agreement by getting them to post their logo on a website, you may be free to use their logo with an irrevocable license.
Perhaps, the legal experts on this forum can explain how this irrevocable license works.
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 4   Re: dropped out after the 1st day!!  Jan 5th, 2008, 10:51pm 
Started by doc pharmacy | Last post by dfg
You made the right choice, T4 law schools are largely a money pit.  Even the top third of the class will make an average salary about 50-70% less than what you will bring in as a pharm.
Your opportunity cost to spend 3 years at a T4 law school will approach $500,000 in tuition and lost wages.
Do pharm for 5 years, live like a student and bank your $$.  Take the patent bar in your spare time, pass it, and try to tinker around with patent work in your spare time.  If you end up liking it, try to get into a Top 25 law school and write a check for your tuition.
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 5   Re: Foreigner- a patent agent in US ?  Jan 5th, 2008, 10:49pm 
Started by Zoyytie | Last post by smgsmc
on Jan 4th, 2008, 11:54pm, patentsusa wrote:
The specific requirement is in 37 CFR 11.6. s11.6
" ...registration does not become inconsistent with the terms upon which the alien continues to lawfully reside in the United States"

Double negative constructions such as "does not become inconsistent with" always leave me with a big (?!).  Let me rephrase the question thus:  "What are the additional necessary and sufficient conditions for a foreigner to be permitted to take the patent bar exam?"  That is, the necessary and sufficient conditions in addition to those which US citizens must meet (such as pertaining to education, criminal record, etc...).
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 6   Re: Attend a T15-T20 or Tier 2 with $$?  Jan 5th, 2008, 10:31pm 
Started by BSEE | Last post by dfg
As a graduating 3L (reputable second tier state school), I can definitely say that you should go to the highest ranked law school you can get into, regardless of cost.
There is a massive advantage to going to a top 15 law school in terms of your job prospects (and a considerable advantage to anything in the top 25).  You will be more highly regarded as a Top 15 graduate in the bottom half of your class than a Tier 2-4 graduate in the top third.
Law school is ENTIRELY about what school you went to, and what your class rank is.  The single most important things you should do are 1) push up your LSAT score as high as possible; 2) go to the highest US News & World Reports-ranked school you can get into; and 3) bust your hump to make great first year grades.
Tier 2 schools are OK, but your job prospects become MUCH more regional rather than national.  Your main goal is to put yourself into the national job market.  Even if you want to stay in Texas or whatever state, your life will be amazingly easier with a high-ranking law school.
Some peope are successful from Tier 3 & 4 schools, but if you go that route you will have to work much harder to be in the absolute top of your class.  Jobs are available, but your odds of making the bucks are substantially diminished (and often the tuition costs are higher).
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 7   Re: Franklin Pierce vs. top law schools  Jan 5th, 2008, 8:55pm 
Started by mccoykn | Last post by ray.nyls
school reputation matters generally: ie. if you're in ny (where I am), and graduate from columbia, nyu, or even fordham - much higher chances of landing a job then let's say a second tier school....GENERALLY!!! the reason i say that - your law school experience plays into it too, ie. worth checking out who is teaching or doing projects in IP at a school... you will probably get much farther being at a second tier school but acquainted with/doing research for someone who's pretty involved in the field, as opposed to going to a top tier school and not having that opportunity... that's just my opinion: worth checking out the programs, classes, affiliations, and faculty at the particular school, and not relying too much on the ranking
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 8   Re: When an agent/attorney becomes an inventor  Jan 5th, 2008, 8:19pm 
Started by Mark Reeves | Last post by biopico
I would never become an inventor because it impairs my professional and independent judgement - conflict of interest.
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 9   Template (like yours)  Jan 5th, 2008, 6:14pm 
Started by Teofillipos | Last post by Teofillipos
Where do i get a nice template like yours?  
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 10   Re: questions about 103 rejection  Jan 5th, 2008, 3:44pm 
Started by wade | Last post by asdf
11.6 appears to relate to noncitizens attempting to become registered practitioners.
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