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June 7th, 2004

Off to Italy

Abstract:
See heading "Off to Italy" for start of article. Atlanta attorney Bryan Bockhop is headed to Venice, Italy, to teach a course on nanotech law. Bockhop, who focuses on nanotechnology intellectual property and is a regular speaker on the topic, chairs the American Intellectual Property Law Association's Nanotechnology Subcommittee. He will teach the weeklong course in June.

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