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Rosemary F. Palladino, Attorney at Law

Rosemary Palladino has a law practice in New York (NY)
212-340-0471
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27 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010
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  • New York (NY) 1985
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    Poll Finds Australians Uneasy About Chinese Investment
    New York Times “Many of China's state-owned companies that invest in Australia are driven by profitable growth, access to new markets to sell products and services, acquisition of intellectual property and a desire to learn, similar to American, French, Japanese and ... more »
    Kerry Prods India to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    New York Times (blog) In a letter to Mr. Kerry this month, the leading Democrat and Republican on the Senate Finance Committee asserted that the Indian government and courts had violated intellectual property rights by allowing India's pharmaceutical industry to make a ... more »
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