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Going Global: Don’t Get Lost in Translation

By Diana Chan | amdlawgroup.com
As businesses go global, catering to the local culture becomes an enormous factor in the success of the brand. Translations and images are often interpreted in different ways and what works in the United States may not be kindly accepted in another country. Even large corporations that spend millions of dollars on marketing have created failing campaigns from lack of research or minor mistakes.

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Doing Business in Brazil

By Chloe Coska | amdlawgroup.com
Brazil is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Brazil has also become a manufacturing center which means that exporting and importing can be a lucrative business. The Brazilian government heavily encourages business entrepreneurship and investments in the country. Brazil could be an obvious choice for companies to do business, however, there are many factors to consider and requirements in order to do proper business conduct in the country.

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What is Cyber-Squatting?

During the early years of the Internet, when businesses did not fully understand the marketing value of the Internet, there were some who saw the profit opportunity of claiming ownership of a domain name that they did not intend to use. These individuals would often register the domain name of a successful company in order to sell them back to the business at a significant markup or squat on the domain until it was sought by the successful company.

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China Making Strides to Establish Specialized Court for Intellectual Property

China is taking strides to establish specialized courts to handle intellectual property cases. Over the next two weeks, China plans to set up its first specialized court in Beijing, and by the end of the year, intellectual property courts will be set up in Shanghai and Southern Guangzhou. China has been criticized for its lack of enforcement of intellectual property rights, but in recent years, it has made several developments to its intellectual property laws.

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An Important Question to Ask When Providing Sight to One Billion People

So you have come up with a great invention that can help not only millions but billions of the worlds poor see. How are you able to keep costs down while scaling up on production?

This is the question professor Josh Silver is grasping the answer to. Back in 1985, when discussing with a colleague about the possibility of producing glasses, that can be adjusted without the need for the expensive machinery or the obstetrician altogether. This conversation sparked Mr. Silver’s quest to help the poor of the world see.

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The Secret of the Born Global Firm

By Eliana Rocchi | amdlawgroup.com
What is a born global firm? Think of Skype, Google, Logitech, etc. A born global firm is “a business organization that, from inception, seeks to derive significant competitive advantage from the use of resources and the sale of outputs in multiple countries.”

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What is the definition of a “Born Global” in business?

Globalization has become a reality for the planet.  The very loose and fluid definition of globalization is summed in an often-quoted quote by former Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, “It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.”  Globalization is the notion that the emerging and sustainable marketplace is global as opposed to regional or national.  Ostensibly, in order to compete in the global market, place a business owner ought to have a more far-reaching international mindset.  We are no longer marketing just to the people that see your billboard or shingle, the internet makes all things global.

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Doing Business in France

By Eliana Rocchi | amdlawgroup.com
Located in the heart of Europe and third in the world in attracting foreign direct investments, France could prove to be a strategically good choice for expanding your business.

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Google and Policy Violation Checker

Originally posted 2013-05-21 10:55:34. By Sohyeon Lee | amdlawgroup.com On 2 May 2013, Google filed a patent application for Policy Violation Checker— a system that detects problematic phrases in electronic documents. The purpose of this system is to prevent phrases that could potentially violate company policies or cause legal conflicts for businesses and individuals. In […]

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Global Protection for All ~ Everywhere

Intellectual property is a vital necessity for the success of any product or company. Whether protection in trademark, patent, copyright, or trade secret, individuals or corporations need to ensure that their branding and unique designs will not be diluted by counterfeiters or copycats. The fashion industry especially has struggled with the issue of intellectual property as the Court views clothing as more for functional purposes than a distinguished product. Changes in the U.S. patent law provide great opportunity for fashion designers to protect their designs not only in the United States, but also all over the world.

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3 D Food Printers Reshaping Intellectual Property Law

Soon, printers will be used for more than just typing words and pictures onto the surfaces of different materials. 3-D printers, capable of manufacturing eclectic goods, including food and bioprinting of tissues and organs, will get us a step closer to obtaining any object, seemingly out of thin air. This powerful new technology will change the way we perceive consumer products and the way the copyright and intellectual property laws are implemented through productions.

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