No trade secret : Jorda in the Hall of Fame

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Congratulations to Professor Karl F. Jorda, one of nine individuals to be selected for induction into the Intellectual Property Hall of Fame. He was recently chosen from a field of over 300 nominations solicited from members of the global intellectual property community. The Intellectual Property Hall of Fame was established in 2005 by Intellectual Asset Management magazine and is designed to honor those who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of intellectual property law and practice, thereby helping to establish intellectual property as one of the key business assets of the 21st century. He will be inducted into the Intellectual Property Hall of Fame on October 24 at gala dinner at the Field Museum in Chicago, hosted by Ocean Tomo, the Intellectual Property Merchant Bank of intellectual property auction fame.

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