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Qué (quién) es F-Law - definición

Management f-Laws are subversive epigrams about common management practices. Based on observation and experience, they are used to draw attention to entrenched ways of thinking about management and business that are often at odds with common sense or our actual experience.
F-term (patent law)         
In Japanese patent law, F-term is a system for classifying Japanese patent documents according to the technical features of the inventions described in them. It is not a replacement for the International Patent Classification (IPC) or other patent classifications, but complements other systems by providing a means for searching documents from different viewpoints.
Ejemplos de uso de F-Law
1. The Cambridge University researchers took brain scans of 31 people with OCD and of close Brain f law "that causes compulsive behaviour" family members.