ARNAM

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ARNAMAustralian Research Network for Advanced Materials
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Arnam Bataller's orchestral score is pretty, and generally on the right side of slop, but when the period songs kick in--particularly Alphaville's corny "Forever Young"--things turn sickly, except for one witty, watch-for-it moment involving Cristo dancing.
(140.) Van Arnam, supra note 11, at 119; see also TRIPS Agreement
(142.) Van Arnam, supra note 11, at 119-20; see also TRIPS
As noted previously, failure to implement measures to reasonably protect trade secrets/proprietary information may inhibit firms from seeking legal protection or compensation for misappropriated trade secrets (Van Arnam, 2001; Religion Technology Center v.
In response to this physical assault on a firm's computer equipment, corporate security professionals recommend (a) the deployment of encryption technologies on all equipment containing proprietary information; and (b) the use of lockdown devices, alarms, and active surveillance by corporate security personnel in order to protect equipment from theft (Pullen, 2013; Van Arnam, 2001; Fink, 2002; Fitzpatrick, Dilullo, & Burke, 2002).
to r.): Mary Brennan, senior vice president of Community Preservation Corporation; Samantha Wong, project manager with Central Development Corporation; Jan Van Arnam, of Harden Van Arnam Architects; Cindy Harden, of Harden Van Arnam Architects; Karen Ansis, fund manager with New York Landmarks Conservancy; Carol Corden, executive director of New Destiny Housing Corporation; Richard Bearak, deputy director for planning and development with the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President; Kim Hardy, Deputy Commissioner of the Office of Community Partnerships with NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
18, 1949, in Springfield to Virgil and Alberta Carey Van Arnam. She married James Henning in Springfield on Sept.
Survivors include her husband; a son, Ward of Coburg; a daughter, Brandy Henning of Springfield; a brother, Donald Van Arnam of Granite Falls, Wash.; and three sisters, Virginia Walters of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Fran Van Arnam of Eugene and Josette Syphers of Springfield.
These security protocols might include (1) limiting trade secret/IP access to essential personnel (Boni, 1999; Van Arnam, 2001; Fink, 2002; Fitzpatrick, Dilullo, & Burke, 2004); (2) performing background investigations on all personnel having access to IPs/trade secrets (Boni, 1999; Winkler, 1997); (3) requiring all offshore organizations and employees having access to IPs to sign nondisclosure/noncompete agreements (Baldia, 2010; Rivette & Michael, 2004); (3) use of physical or electro-mechanical devices to secure access to trade secrets/IPs (Van Arnam, 2001; Fink, 2002); and where legally permissible; (4) subjecting persons with access to IPs to integrity testing and criminal background investigations (Gatewood & Feild, 1998; Mayer, 2002;).