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Democrats Are Emerging As Party of the Rich

I’d settle for an end to what seems like the constant vilification of “millionaires and billionaires.” Or simply a recognition that, as a professor of political science at Williams College, Darrel Paul, put it after analyzing wealthy congressional districts, “the … Continue reading

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Director Iancu: If it was Good Enough for Judge Rich

The following excerpt comes from Dir. Iancu’s recent speech in Chicago where he discussed his proposal for expanding Section 101 patent eligibility. – DC  Remarks delivered at the Intellectual Property Owners Association 46th Annual Meeting by Director of the U.S. … Continue reading

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Greenbuild – The Target Rich Environment for Green People

I am often asked, “how can I expand my green building business?” And I have offered the same response for more than a decade – attend the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo (.. yes, you will have to talk with … Continue reading

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How Singapore Is Fast-Tracking FinTech Patent Applications (and making more "Crazy Rich Asians"?)

A leading banker in this Kat's national backyard observed last week that conventional banks that ignore FinTech do so at their long-term peril. Ahead of the curve is Singapore, a world center for banking. Kat friend Constance Leong describes how … Continue reading

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Lifestyles Of The Rich And Suspended

A justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court adopted recommendations of its Board of Bar Overseers and ordered suspension of two attorneys in a 72-page opinion This matter came before me on an information and record of proceedings pursuant to… … Continue reading

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