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downsides of writing references for candidates for jobs, the other on the enforcement of restrictive covenants against former employees in order to protect trade secrets and other items. Elsewhere, there's a thoughtful piece in PatLit by Stefano Barazza, on UNITAID's report on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for public health. There's also a terrific post by fellow Kat Neil on the implications, real or imagined, of HP's decision to wade into the market for 3D printers. Finally, Kingsley Egbuonu posts the first part of a magnum opus on the part played by copyright in Nigeria's resurgent GDP figures.
"I like the fact that our first issue has both lawyers and non-lawyers as authors and that we have three largely non-US sets of authors compared to only one fully US author".Hank adds that the second issue is well under way, but invites submissions of suitable content. If you'd like to write for the JLB, guidance for authors can be found here.
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