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Rational disputes patent rights in opposition proceedings at EPO and GPTO relating to intelligent cooking processes
Rational seeks patent prosecution and freedom-to-operate advice relating to intelligent cooking processes
Volkswagen Bank renews auto-loan securitization programme in compliance with STS requirements under EU Securitization Regulation
Bank of England Publishes Discussion Paper on Risk Management Systems for Collateral Referencing LIBOR
Jones Day lawyers edit Global Guide on Corporate Governance, author chapters on Germany, Hong Kong, UK, and USA
3rd ICC European Conference on International Arbitration - Public Interest and the Future of Arbitration: Lessons from Europe