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Essentials of Intellectual Property New Book: John Wiley & Sons Inc. of New York has published Essentials of Intellectual Property, by Alexander Poltorak and Paul Lerner, both of General Patent Corp.

Reader Response no. 234.

Annual Meeting: The International Trademark Association will hold its 2002 meeting on May 18-22 at the Washington Convention Center in the District of Columbia. See for details of the sessions.

Reader Response no. 235.


Wolters Kluwer Gets. . .

Chicago-based Wolters Kluwer North America has acquired Casenotes Publishing Co. of Santa Monica, Calif., the companies report. It will be absorbed by Aspen Publishers, based in New York City. Terms were not released.

The company also announced the acquisition of Compliance Tools Inc., of New York City, which provides regulatory compliance surveillance software.

Reader Response no. 350.

FileNET Gets. . .

Costa Mesa, Calif.-based FileNET Corp., has agreed to acquire the core assets of eGrail Inc. Both companies provide content management services.

Reader Response no. 351.

Princeton Softech. . .

Princeton Softech, which creates active archiving technologies, has closed a $21 million acquisiton and financing deal with Apax Partners, and LLR Partners, the company reports.

Reader Response no. 352.

Around The Horn

DynamicVOICE has opened new headquarters in Lenexa, Kansas,and expanded into the Tampa Bay, Fla. market via an alliance with ComputerOne.

Reader Response no. 362.

Lex Solutio has opened an office, at 1275 K Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005. The company has joined forces with Partners Legal Copy.

Reader Response no. 363.

KOM Networks has opened its new headquarters, at 104 Schneider Road, in Kanata, Ontario. The 12,000 square foot facility includes a research and development center, lab, learning center and tech support area, it says.

Reader Response no. 364.

Panda Software has opened offices in Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Romania and Costa Rica, it reports. The company offers antivirus technology, it reports.

Reader Response no. 365.

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