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Executive Coaching Firm Mariposa Leadership, Inc. Hosts Webinar to Help Business Leaders Navigate Tumultuous Economy

...waters of uncertainty and volatility. In this unique educational forum, CEO sue Bethanis teaches resilience through the balance of productivity and innovat...coaster Economy," takes place from 10 AM to 11 AM PST on May 13, 2009. sue Bethanis, CEO and founder of Mariposa Leadership, Inc., will coach particip...

Delaware Court Rules That Watson Does Not Infringe Patent Related to Generic Version of Concerta(R) and Declares Patent Invalid

...erta(R) in the 18 mg, 27 mg, 36 mg and 54 mg strengths. Prior to the commencement of the trial, the plaintiffs offered Watson a covenant not to sue on United States Patent No. 6,930,129 (the '129 Patent). Watson declined to accept the covenant and asked the court to declare that the '129 Patent i...

ThromboGenics and BioInvent Start Phase II Trial of TB-402, a Novel, Long Acting Anticoagulant for Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Prophylaxis

...: +46(0)46-286-85-51 Mobile: +46(0)708-16-85-70 E-mail: cristina.glad@bioinvent.com College Hill (media enquiries) Holly Griffiths, sue Charles, John McIntyre Tel: +44(0)20-7457-2020 E-mail: bioinvent@collegehill.com ...

DuPont Acquires Ag Data Management Business to Enhance Information Solutions for Growers

... enhances the services available from Pioneer that help customers get the right product on the right acre and maximize their profitability," said sue Hoover, marketing director, Pioneer North America. "Today's announcement demonstrates our continuing commitment to provide Pioneer customers wit...

MDV Expands Team Pursuing Advances in Personalized Medicine

...cgi-bin/prnh/20070702/AQM026LOGO ) "Phyllis and Dan bring important domain expertise and experience to the MDV team," said MDV General Partner sue Siegel. "They will strengthen MDV's current investing activities in personalized medicine and expand our reach into new areas including health inform...

Tests show LLNL detection instrument can monitor the air for all major terrorist threat substances

...team include chemists Eric Gard, David Fergenson, Keith Coffee and George Farquar; forensic chemist and graduate student Audrey Martin; microbiologist sue Martin; and electronics engineer Vincent Riot. In lab experiments, SPAMS was tested against four types of materials terrorists might use -- spores ...

Medtronic Unit to Pay $75 Million to Settle Whistleblower Medicare Fraud Case

...special agents. Phillips & Cohen specializes in representing whistleblowers in qui tam lawsuits. Under the False Claims Act, private individuals can sue companies defrauding the government and recover funds on the government's behalf. Whistleblowers, known as "relators," are entitled to 15 percent to 2...

Parks Associates' Digital Health Analyst to Present Latest Research and Forecasts at ATA Show

...-3333 Interviews: To arrange a meeting with Harry, please contact Mindi sue Sternblitz-Rubenstein at mindi.sue@parksassociates.com or...th research, visit http://www.digitalhealthnews.com . Contact: Mindi sue Sternblitz-Rubenstein Parks Associates 972-996-0212 Email: mindi.sue...

PPD Confirms Takeda's NDA Filing of Alogliptin with U.S. Food and Drug Administration

...n the SEC filings for PPD, copies of which are available free of charge upon request from the PPD investor relations department. Contacts Media: sue Ann Pentecost +919 456 5890 sueann.pentecost@rtp.ppdi.com Analysts/Investors: Craig Eastwood +910 558 7585 craig.eastwood@wilm.ppdi.com ...

Data Presented on Monogram HIV Tropism Tests at Retrovirus Conference sets New Standards of Assay Sensitivity

... therapy for patients enrolled in the trial. "INCB9471 has the potential to become an important tool in the fight against drug-resistance HIV," said sue Erickson-Viitanen, Incyte's Sr. Director of Virology Drug Development. "Selecting the appropriate patients is critical to the success of our clinical ...

PPD to Acquire InnoPharm Ltd.

...n the SEC filings for PPD, copies of which are available free of charge upon request from the PPD investor relations department. Contacts Media: sue Ann Pentecost +919 456 5890 sueann.pentecost@rtp.ppdi.com Analysts/Investors: Craig Eastwood +910 558 7585 craig.eastwood@wilm.ppdi.com ...

PPD Expands Global Central Lab Services into China

...n the SEC filings for PPD, copies of which are available free of charge upon request from the PPD investor relations department. Contacts Media: sue Ann Pentecost +919 456 5890 sueann.pentecost@rtp.ppdi.com Analysts/Investors: Craig Eastwood +910 558 7585 craig.eastwood@wilm.ppdi.com ...

Mathew to Lead PPD Drug Development Operations and Expansion in India

...n the SEC filings for PPD, copies of which are available free of charge upon request from the PPD investor relations department. Contacts Media: sue Ann Pentecost +919 456 5690 sueann.pentecost@rtp.ppdi.com Analysts/Investors: Steve Smith +910 558 7585 stephen.smith@wilm.ppdi.com ...

Viramontes to Lead PPD Clinical Operations in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean

...n the SEC filings for PPD, copies of which are available free of charge upon request from the PPD investor relations department. Contacts Media: sue Ann Pentecost +919 456 5890 sueann.pentecost@rtp.ppdi.com Analysts/Investors: Steve Smith +910 558 7585 stephen.smith@wilm.ppdi.com ...

ISI Increases West Coast Life Science and Biotech Support for Emerging Companies with Expansion in San Francisco and San Diego

...h our research, we've learned that many emerging companies may not have the regulatory or IT support to prepare for some of the new regulations," said sue Simpson, managing director of West Coast operations for ISI. "These companies' regulatory support staff generally is limited to one person who may nee...

Benitec MOU With CalbaTech, Inc.

...cords that have come from a mother that has HIV. Those cords are currently excluded from collection by cord blood companies. CONTACT: BENITEC LTD sue MacLeman Rudi Michelson Chief Executive Officer Monsoon Communications +61 437 211 200 ...

Illegal business tricks: Can my company do that?

... my company actually do that? The answer often is: Well, not legally, but it appears they did anyway. Im not a lawyer. I dont send people off to sue their current or past employer (or at least I havent so far). Life is long. So many of these errors are clueless rather than evil. The stories go into...

Annie Stunden, CIO at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

... "What's the Matter with Kansas: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America by Thomas Frank Leading Geeks by Paul Glenn Secret Life of Bees by sue Monk Kidd What magazines do you read regularly? Newsweek, Madison, Chronicle of Higher Education What web sites do you visit regularly? ...

Discontent grows over Wisconsin's Internet taxes

... "I would anticipate that some company like AOL or someone would ultimately sue on this. There would probably be a lawsuit over the fact that the state of ...has even encouraged members of the Federal Telecommunications Commission to sue the state. "It's clear that this is in its final days," Jensen said. ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court rules against Microsoft

... subject to Wisconsin antitrust law. The standing of Wisconsin residents to sue Microsoft, even though the vast majority of illegal activity took place out... "And therefore, based upon the Supreme Court's ruling, we have standing to sue for those injuries here in Wisconsin despite the fact that the activities o...

Accidental naming

... laughed at. True, Big Mac does help tens of thousands at entry-level jobs and helps students as well. Somehow they later become very obese and try to sue them -- in revenge? Here is a new twist: the fast-food freedom fry, fatty chow-maker now wants to sell children's clothing and introduce McKids in ...

Business liability law complaints grow with state Supreme Court decisions

...ufacturers and other businesses," Haney said. "The court's recent rulings will make it easier and easier for clever lawyers to advance new theories to sue your business." Will WMC oppose Crooks' re-election to the court? Not necessarily. Two potential opponents to Crooks -- Linda Clifford and Mark Fra...

Despite gains, women still face bias in science careers

...ost and executive vice chancellor at the University of California at Davis; Cora Marrett, senior vice president of the University of Wisconsin System; sue Rosser, dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology; Donna Shalala, president of the University of Miami; an...

University of Michigan plans major stem cell research center

...e located in the LSI, the Medical School or in MBNI. "Stem cell science is one of the most important areas in biomedical research today," said Mary sue Coleman, U-M president. "Our commitment to follow the science where it leads is Michigan's historic strength and research signature," she added. "As a...

Separating science fiction from reality in the human cloning debate

...not talking about stem cells anymore; we're talking about growing these embryos . . . not for stem cells but for organs and body parts, Right to Lifes sue Armacost was quoted as saying. I must have missed something, I told myself. Maybe a reputable scientist somewhere had announced a breakthrough and ...

Patent enforcement: What you don't know might hurt you

...arket suing each other. But patent enforcers often sue retailers or end users of products or technologies...onstituted infringement. Many patent owners do not sue end users because those users are either current or potential customers. It rarely makes sense to sue the entities that buy your goods and services. ...

How's the State of the State? It depends on what numbers are crunched

... Wisconsin companies. The states largest business group is still smarting, as well, over Doyles vetoes of four bills that would have made it harder to sue makers of allegedly defective products. One bill would have shielded manufacturers from lawsuits if plaintiffs could not pinpoint the exact maker of a...

Brainstorming entrepreneur creates new innovation business

...n, have a night to relax and shed some jet lag, then dive into sessions held in some of the country's most innovative places. One of the experts is sue Baechler, who has been working with Chhatpar since a year ago, when a relative in Wisconsin mailed her a newspaper clip on BrainReactions. She runs Or...

Elimination of phone tax tempered by paperwork

...its customers, and expects to be fully compliant by the July 31 deadline. "We're working as fast as we can to remove [the tax]," said AT&T spokeswoman sue McCain. "It's an IT billing platform that requires coding, so they're working pretty quickly to decode." Customers can ask for back bills, McCain s...

Third Wave responds to Digene patent lawsuit

...d a patent lawsuit, also centered on HPV treatments, without any grants of licenses or money changing hands. At that time, the companies agreed not to sue each other for a year. To remove ambiguities about its freedom to operate in the HPV and HCV (hepatitis C virus) markets, Third Wave has settled su...

Early Stage: Step 6 - Taxes, taxes, taxes!

... which was pioneered in Wisconsin, is insurance that provides a guaranteed payout to injured workers. In exchange, the employees lose their ability to sue the employer for workplace injuries, with certain exceptions. The Department of Workforce Development administers Wisconsin's workers' compensation ...

Traveling stem cell show continues state tour

...ve even the skeptics are walking away a little less skeptical. The presentations by Tom Still, president of the Wisconsin Technology Council , and sue Carlson, director of operations for the WiCell Research Institute , are being made on behalf of the Wisconsin Edge, an informal confederation of busi...
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