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Building an Outstanding Legal Team

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Congressional Record

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Patent Engineering

Author : Donald S. Rimai
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Patents are a vital asset in the modern business world. They allow patent holders to introduce new products in to a market while deterring other market players from simply copying innovative features without making comparable investments in research and development. In years past, a few patents may have provided adequate protection. That is no longer the case. In today's world, it is critical that innovative companies protect the features of their products that give them a competitive advantage with a family or portfolio of patents that are strategically generated to protect the market position of the patent holder. A patent portfolio that deters competitors from introducing competitive products in a timely manner can be worth billions of dollars. Anything less than this is an expensive and possibly fatal distraction. This book provides a strategic framework for cost efficient engineering of patent portfolios that protect your investments in research and development and that extend the market advantages that these investments provide.

The San Francisco Attorney

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Asialaw Profiles

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Think Again

Author : Jeffrey L. Nischwitz
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The author takes a fresh look at specific ways to create a client-centric law firm and deliver exceptional client service by differentiating a law firm from other firms, and the specific skills and strategies needed to build effective and productive relationships that result in successful business development. The book provides practical ideas and tactics for addressing the key areas of a law firm-- managing, leading, team building and compensation, client service, and new business development. Writing in an engaging and witty but no-nonsense style, the author speaks directly to the reader, cutting through the stereotypes and misconceived notions that haunt the legal profession and coaching the lawyer to reach beyond the norm.

The Martindale Hubbell Law Directory

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Copyright World

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CBA Record

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Achieving Transformation and Renewal in Financial Services

Author : Rohit Talwar
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The rules for survival and success have never been so unclear, the choice of strategies so uncertain and the pressure to act quickly so immense. This practical handbook focuses on cases and concepts that describe how leading players in financial services have addressed the challenges of organizational transformation and renewal. The editor and contributors provide a rich and diverse set of case examples on how companies have been rethinking and reshaping their business operations to ensure they remain competitive into the 21st century. They also consider some of the strategic implications of competing in a continuously changing 'wired world' and how to survive and thrive in such a turbulent environment.

Cultural Issues in End of Life Decision Making

Author : Kathryn L. Braun
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Questions that face dying individuals, their families, and the professionals that help them at the end of their lives are explored in this volume. The contributors help the reader to come to terms with issues of mortality complicated by the diversity of cultures within society.

Martindale Hubbell Law Directory

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Martindale Hubbell Law Directory 2003

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Research Handbook on Climate Change Adaptation Law

Author : Jonathan Verschuuren
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ÔThe present book is a much needed publication on climate change adaptation law. It is a collaborative effort of distinguished experts from around the world and adopts a holistic approach to adaptation, taking a global view, with a focus on the international, the regional and domestic levels. This publication has a wealth of information, illustrating the issue of adaptation with many examples from all over the world. One of the most valuable aspects of this book, ensuring that it will have a lasting value, is that it discusses all fields of law, which are vulnerable to climate change (such as tort law; insurance law; disaster law; marine law; water law; planning law; construction law; environmental law; forestry; energy law; biodiversity). The book also includes general issues of adaptation, such as climate justice and the relationship between adaptation and development; human rights in the context of migration law and compensation. It is written in a very accessible language and will be an indispensible reading for both scholars and practitioners. The content and structure of the book make it a definitive book on climate adaptation.Õ Ð Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Queen Mary, University of London, UK ÔThis book indeed will become the definitive text on climate adaptation law for the coming years! From a global law perspective, Verschuuren and his team analyse in an outstanding way the legal challenges and barriers to climate change adaptation and how they can be overcome. Just like climate change, this book is here to stay!Õ Ð Kurt Deketelaere, KU Leuven/League of European Research Universities (LERU), Belgium This timely Research Handbook discusses the challenges brought about by the need to adapt to a changing climate. It considers how adaptation is necessary to address impacts resulting from the warming of the EarthÕs atmosphere which is already unavoidable due to past emissions. With adaptation policies around the world still in their infancy, the book examines the legal challenges and barriers to climate change adaptation and how can they be overcome. It brings together expert contributors to consider topics ranging across tort and insurance law, disaster law, water law, marine law, planning law, biodiversity law, green buildings, pollution control, displacement, agriculture and energy. With its transnational and multilevel approach, the Research Handbook on Climate Change Adaptation Law will be an essential resource for academics in the field of climate change policy and law, policymakers and other government officials working on climate change, and NGOs working in the field of climate change.

Judicial Staff Directory

Author : Charles Bruce Brownson
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Los Angeles Magazine

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Doublethink

Author : J. E. Schwartz
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Quality An Issue of Critical Nursing Clinics of North America

Author : Barbara Leeper
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This issue contains a series of articles focused on various initiatives aimed at improving the quality of patient care delivery and promoting safe passage across the continuum of care. Exemplary, evidence-based nursing practice is the cornerstone of quality care, and this issue highlights many ways in which nurses have led changes to optimize patient outcomes. In addition, quality care enhances cost-effectiveness by reducing avoidable complications and diminishing avoidable hospital readmissions, a concept more important than ever due to value-based purchasing and the Affordable Care Act. Articles are specifically devoted to prevention of delirium in critical care patients, palliative care in the intensive care unit, prevention of pressure ulcers, fall prevention in high-risk patients, prevention readmissions, preventing sepsis mortality, and nursing interventions in the elderly critical care patient, to name a few.

Boom Bust and Beyond

Author : CCIM Sec Ems Chester W "Chet" Allen
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The American Bench

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