Friday fripperies

The IPKat's superbly-updated 'Forthcoming Events' feature , which occupies a large slice of space on the left-hand side-bar of t...
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Friday fripperies Friday fripperies Reviewed by Jeremy on 15:01:00 Rating: 5
BGH confirms opera 'Motezuma' was published in 1733 BGH confirms opera 'Motezuma' was published in 1733 Reviewed by Birgit Clark on 07:09:00 Rating: 5
Supernatural Superserious vs Walkmand Supernatural Superserious vs Walkmand Reviewed by Birgit Clark on 17:30:00 Rating: 5
Digital Britain Interim Report Digital Britain Interim Report Reviewed by Unknown on 12:55:00 Rating: 5
Do the courts love IP? More from the UK ... and China Do the courts love IP? More from the UK ... and China Reviewed by Jeremy on 11:45:00 Rating: 5
Welsh patent applications: the results are in! Welsh patent applications: the results are in! Reviewed by David on 17:29:00 Rating: 5

Latest JIPLP

The January 2009 issue of Oxford University Press's flagship IP journal , the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice ( JIPLP...
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Latest JIPLP Latest JIPLP Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:09:00 Rating: 5

G 3/08: Have your say

This month's Official Journal of the EPO contains an announcement relating to the EPO President's referral under Article 112(1)(b...
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G 3/08: Have your say G 3/08: Have your say Reviewed by David on 07:50:00 Rating: 5
WIPO PCT stats for 2008: do they really reflect the downturn? WIPO PCT stats for 2008: do they really reflect the downturn? Reviewed by Jeremy on 16:16:00 Rating: 5

Toolkit or Foolkit?

The IPKat learned yesterday that the Intellectual Property Office has just launched a Supply Chain Toolkit -- "a new best practice too...
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Toolkit or Foolkit? Toolkit or Foolkit? Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:56:00 Rating: 5
Important news for Welsh patentees Important news for Welsh patentees Reviewed by David on 18:30:00 Rating: 5
Breaking news: WTO Panel Report on US-China IP dispute -- both sides win! Breaking news: WTO Panel Report on US-China IP dispute -- both sides win! Reviewed by Jeremy on 17:39:00 Rating: 5
EP Divisional Applications: some food for thought EP Divisional Applications: some food for thought Reviewed by David on 17:32:00 Rating: 5
What do David Lammy, ISPs and a bar of soap have in common? What do David Lammy, ISPs and a bar of soap have in common? Reviewed by Unknown on 14:09:00 Rating: 5
News from the OHIM: new CTM e-filing system on 2 February 2009 News from the OHIM: new CTM e-filing system on 2 February 2009 Reviewed by Birgit Clark on 10:21:00 Rating: 5
Are British patent courts unfriendly to patents? Are British patent courts unfriendly to patents? Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:52:00 Rating: 5

OHIM fees and SMEs

ECTA , the European Communities Trade Mark Association, appears to have broken ranks with the trade mark owners' organisations MARQUES ...
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OHIM fees and SMEs OHIM fees and SMEs Reviewed by Jeremy on 22:17:00 Rating: 5
Choose a picture for Tufty! Choose a picture for Tufty! Reviewed by Tufty the Cat on 16:00:00 Rating: 5

Dyson cleans up again

The IPKat has been reading yet another monster judgment from the Patents Court, Dyson Technology Ltd v Samsung Gwangju Electronics Co Ltd ...
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Dyson cleans up again Dyson cleans up again Reviewed by David on 08:58:00 Rating: 5
Upper Class seat -- no patent or design infringement Upper Class seat -- no patent or design infringement Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:41:00 Rating: 5

Recent CIPA publications

Known to many as a professional organisation that represents the many and varied interests of patent attorneys, the Chartered Institute of ...
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Recent CIPA publications Recent CIPA publications Reviewed by Jeremy on 09:43:00 Rating: 5

Security arrangements and IP

The IPKat has been wondering whether any of his readers have considered whether registration at Companies House ("the official UK gov...
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Security arrangements and IP Security arrangements and IP Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:51:00 Rating: 5
Google backs fair use defence Google backs fair use defence Reviewed by Unknown on 17:56:00 Rating: 5
BGH refers main "AdWord" question to the ECJ but decides on "AdWord" use of company names BGH refers main "AdWord" question to the ECJ but decides on "AdWord" use of company names Reviewed by Birgit Clark on 13:08:00 Rating: 5
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