Miller Sample Clauses

Miller. 318 F. Supp. 2d at 933 (quoting Mccarthy, supra note 34, § 25:33).
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Miller. 318 F. Supp. 2d at 933, aff’d, 454 F.3d 975 (9th Cir. 2006) (citing, among other cases, Gardner v. Nike, Inc., 279 F.3d 774 (9thCir. 2002)); see also Warren Agin, Assuming Intellectual Property Licenses, 13-FEB aM. BanKr. inst. J. 46 (2012) (discussing the fed- eral common law of copyrights and patents in the context of § 365(c) (1)).
Miller. 318 F. Supp. 2d at 938 (“For example, while basic poli- cies underlying copyright and patent protection are to encourage creative authorship and invention, the purposes of trademark pro- tection are to protect the public’s expectations regarding the source and quality of goods.”); see also 1 Mccarthy on tradeMarKs and unFair coMPetition § 6:3 (2012) (providing that trademark law, “[u]nlike patent law, . . . is [designed] to prevent customer confusion and protect the value of identifying symbols [rather than] encourag[ing] invention by providing a period of exclusive rights”).
Miller. A., Bentov, I.: Zero-collateral lotteries in Bitcoin and Ethereum. In: Eu- roS&P Workshops. pp. 4–13 (2017)
Miller. A., Xia, Y., Croman, K., Shi, E., Song, D.: The honey badger of bft protocols. In: Proceedings of the 2016 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security. pp. 31–42. ACM (2016)
Miller. T., and P. Reynolds, “Experience with Approved Cryptographic Equipment in HF ARQ Systems”, NC3A TN 638, NATO CONFIDENTIAL, November 1996
Miller. V.: Uses of Elliptic Curves in Cryptography, Proceedings of Crypto'85, pp. 417-426 (1985)
Miller. V.S.: Use of Elliptic Curves in Cryptography. In: Williams, H.C. (ed.) CRYPTO 1985. LNCS, vol. 218, pp. 417–426. Springer, Heidelberg (1986)
Miller as Manager for the Company. shall:
Miller promises, and represents that within sixty (60) days from the Effective Date MILLER shall reformulate any Covered Product manufactured after the Effective Date and offered for sale in California to a point where the level of DEHP in the Covered Product does not exceed 0.1% or shall cease importing, distributing or selling any Covered Product in California.