A Wellcome relief?

Last week the IPKat was too busy stuffing himself with chocolate mice to notice the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Communit...
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A Wellcome relief? A Wellcome relief? Reviewed by Jeremy on 22:35:00 Rating: 5

Congratulations!

The British New Years Honours list has just been published (you can read it in full here ) and it contains the names of at least three peopl...
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Congratulations! Congratulations! Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:54:00 Rating: 5

Coming out of copyright ...

As in previous years, the IPKat has compiled a little list of characters who, having died in 1938, will no longer be protected by copyright...
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Coming out of copyright ... Coming out of copyright ... Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:51:00 Rating: 5
Is STIM a bully? It all depends ... Is STIM a bully? It all depends ... Reviewed by Jeremy on 13:59:00 Rating: 5

More peer reviewers needed

Are you an IP expert with time on your hands and an urge to be constructively critical? The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Pract...
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More peer reviewers needed More peer reviewers needed Reviewed by Jeremy on 07:44:00 Rating: 5
A great idea for hard-pressed sole and small IP practitioners ... A great idea for hard-pressed sole and small IP practitioners ... Reviewed by Jeremy on 16:39:00 Rating: 5
Obelix too famous to be confused with a mobile phone service Obelix too famous to be confused with a mobile phone service Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:20:00 Rating: 5
ratiopharm/Sandoz v Napp Pharmaceuticals ratiopharm/Sandoz v Napp Pharmaceuticals Reviewed by David on 09:00:00 Rating: 5
Are performers a special case? Are performers a special case? Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:24:00 Rating: 5

Cricket, lovely cricket

You've got to feel a bit sorry for Sir Allen Stanford, the Texan-Antiguan patron of West Indian cricket. Last week's Daily Telegraph...
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Cricket, lovely cricket Cricket, lovely cricket Reviewed by Unknown on 17:49:00 Rating: 5
Corporate logos -- do they suffer as we do? Corporate logos -- do they suffer as we do? Reviewed by Jeremy on 16:50:00 Rating: 5
Don't fall into the Patent Pit! Don't fall into the Patent Pit! Reviewed by David on 17:47:00 Rating: 5

Friday festinations

The IPKat's superbly-updated 'Forthcoming Events' feature, which occupies a large slice of space on the left-hand side-bar of th...
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Friday festinations Friday festinations Reviewed by Jeremy on 13:07:00 Rating: 5

New PCT Supplementary Search

Charles Clark (no, not that one) has emailed the IPKat to inform him that WIPO has recently announced , in the December PCT Newsletter, that...
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New PCT Supplementary Search New PCT Supplementary Search Reviewed by David on 17:45:00 Rating: 5

It's here at last -- IPOPNG

It is will happiness in his heart that the IPKat can inform his readers that the Intellectual Property Office of Papua New Guinea (or IPOPN...
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It's here at last -- IPOPNG It's here at last -- IPOPNG Reviewed by Jeremy on 02:34:00 Rating: 5
Australia kicks Singapore into life Australia kicks Singapore into life Reviewed by Jeremy on 00:43:00 Rating: 5
Is UK business too complacent to IP crime? IBIL Dilution seminar Is UK business too complacent to IP crime? IBIL Dilution seminar Reviewed by Unknown on 14:53:00 Rating: 5

Wednesday wonders

Via the IPKat's friend Shabtai Atlow comes this link to the Wall Street Journal's Law Blog. Headed "Bambu, Maker of Rolling Pap...
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Wednesday wonders Wednesday wonders Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:49:00 Rating: 5
UK Copyright 'debate' kicked off UK Copyright 'debate' kicked off Reviewed by David on 18:03:00 Rating: 5
'Bud' appellation still alive and kicking, says CFI 'Bud' appellation still alive and kicking, says CFI Reviewed by Jeremy on 13:17:00 Rating: 5
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