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Finding Recognition In Football Checkers

In 1987, Pickett took a prototype game to the Toy Fair, the mammoth annual amusement-industry gathering in New York.


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When Patents Fail

He lost, the judge saying the Mercedes signal was different enough, but even the judge had to admit his lawyers were lousy.



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Medical Tourism

Complex surgery is the latest service to move offshore – and clever businesses are helping cost-conscious patients go under the knife overseas.


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Mobile Fingerprinters Fill Niche

Fingerprinting isn’t anything new, of course, but when Tony Pinochi had to make the long drive over to Sacramento one day to have his fingers printed, he thought, wouldn’t it be nice if fingerprinting services came to people instead of the other way around.


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SimpleLegal Reduces Legal Bills With Artificial Intelligence

SimpleLegal takes as much friction out of the bill review process as possible.


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Dog Custody Battles are Big Biz

The Week: “Breaking up is hard to do.


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Small Claims Court of the Internet

Judge.me is an online arbitration system that allows you to submit your testimony from anywhere, anytime, from any device you want.


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FTC Set Sights On ‘Free Trial’ Scammer

Customers in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand were lured in by the free trial offers, the FTC said.


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Free Legal Advice In 140 Characters

Nick Jervis, managing director of Bristol-based Loyalty Law, has joined forces with Silks Solicitors, AJR Solicitors and Quality Solicitors CMHT to offer free legal advice to businesses and individuals in 140 characters or fewer through the social media platform.