Tony Blair says "no" to software patents Tony Blair says "no" to software patents Reviewed by David on 21:00:00 Rating: 5
Secret press release scandal - Amanda Michaels in 'Appointed Person' revelation! Latest MIP Secret press release scandal  -  Amanda Michaels in 'Appointed Person' revelation!  Latest MIP Reviewed by Jeremy on 14:36:00 Rating: 5
SanDisk - in the wrong country? SanDisk  -  in the wrong country? Reviewed by Jeremy on 12:38:00 Rating: 5
Another setback for Amazon 1-click Another setback for Amazon 1-click Reviewed by David on 10:00:00 Rating: 5
WIPO development agenda crystallises WIPO development agenda crystallises Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:54:00 Rating: 5
Trade mark decision very very frightening Trade mark decision very very frightening Reviewed by Unknown on 16:33:00 Rating: 5

Copying Without Infringing

The Copying Without Infringing conference competition closes next Monday. This leaves less than a week for budding entrants to compose the...
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Copying Without Infringing Copying Without Infringing Reviewed by Jeremy on 11:58:00 Rating: 5
Taking the P - or just a passing Phase? Taking the P  - or just a passing Phase? Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:45:00 Rating: 5

Malta to join EPC

Malta will become the 32nd state to join the European Patent Convention on Thursday (1 March), as reported here . The IPKat welcomes thi...
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Malta to join EPC Malta to join EPC Reviewed by David on 06:51:00 Rating: 5
Latest JIPLP; trade mark classification - it's OHIM v UK Latest JIPLP; trade mark classification  -  it's OHIM v UK Reviewed by Jeremy on 05:34:00 Rating: 5

Wizards and Fake Scots

India finds eBay (temporarily) liable The Times reports that JK Rowling has won an injunction against eBay in relation to the sale of un...
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Wizards and Fake Scots Wizards and Fake Scots Reviewed by Unknown on 17:10:00 Rating: 5

All's fair ... in trade?

The IPKat has become increasingly curious about the FAIRTRADE trade mark. Visiting the Fairtrade Foundation's website , he has learned t...
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All's fair ... in trade? All's fair  ... in trade? Reviewed by Jeremy on 15:19:00 Rating: 5

Recent publications

To the IPKat's interest and surprise, an unsolicited copy of issue 16 (February 2007) of China Intellectual Property (subtitled Comprehe...
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Recent publications Recent publications Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:52:00 Rating: 5

Friday frivolities

World Intellectual Property Day: WIPO has finally spoken , sending out a letter to a select group of recipients which reads, in relevant par...
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Friday frivolities Friday frivolities Reviewed by Jeremy on 15:30:00 Rating: 5
Death of the "technical effect" test in the UK Death of the "technical effect" test in the UK Reviewed by David on 13:58:00 Rating: 5

My, that's a lot of money

Since everyone else is talking about it, the IPKat ought to say a few words about Microsoft being successfully sued in a US court for $1.5...
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My, that's a lot of money My, that's a lot of money Reviewed by David on 12:02:00 Rating: 5
Forthcoming attractions in the ECJ Forthcoming attractions in the ECJ Reviewed by Jeremy on 10:24:00 Rating: 5

New INN Regulation for EU

Council Regulation 129/2007 of 12 February 2007 was published online on the European Commission's Official Journal this morning. This Re...
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New INN Regulation for EU New INN Regulation for EU Reviewed by Jeremy on 09:15:00 Rating: 5

Kikoi kicks up a fuss

The IPKat is intrigued by a story in The Scotsman . A UK company has applied to register KIKOY as a trade mark for clothing. However, the ...
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Kikoi kicks up a fuss Kikoi kicks up a fuss Reviewed by Unknown on 16:43:00 Rating: 5
Indian patent review withdrawn after spicy plagiarism Indian patent review withdrawn after spicy plagiarism Reviewed by Jeremy on 15:42:00 Rating: 5
Nora plays piano; Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO Nora plays piano; Regional Trade Agreements and the WTO Reviewed by Jeremy on 11:02:00 Rating: 5
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