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Eye On America (Law: High-Tech Information and Intellectual Property) #352671

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 1993
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Anthony Mason) The issue of mind, memory and money examined in light of the case corporate lawsuit involving Peter Bonihard, who developed the microscopic magneto-resistive head while at IBM and was then hired by the Seagate Technology, which manufacturers disc drives. [IBM attorney Evan CHESLER - explains the lawsuit against Bonihard and Seagate.] [BONIHARD - responds.] The legal issue of "intellectual property" examined using four cases (named). [On "Late Show with David Letterman", LETTERMAN - jokes about it.] [Attorney Harold McILHENNY - comments on the issue.]

Chung, Connie;
Mason, Anthony

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