This week, we begin by talking with Interior Department Acting Assistant Secretary Johnnie Burton on oil and gas leasing along the Outer Continental Shelf. Then, Herbert Wamsley of the Intellectual Property Owners Association and top IP attorney Tony Figg speak with us on the BlackBerry case and more. Later, NAM President John Engler is joined by small manufacturers Al Lubrano and Kendig Kneen about a new report on small manufactuers. All this, along with music from The Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes.
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