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Sunday, 10 October 2004

LATEST EIPR

The October issue of the European Intellectual Property Review, published monthly by
Thomson's Sweet & Maxwell division, contains lots of good things. For example:

* "Red Flags in the Trousseau: A Survey of the Competition Treatment of IP Assets in M&A" by Colm MacKernan, of the legal fun-firm Origin Ltd. This piece contrasts the treatment of IP assets in the US and the EU, pointing out some of the problem issues that the valuation of IP assets can throw up.

* "Rethinking One in a Million", a plump, juicy retro-casenote on the One in a Million 'instrument of fraud' cybersquatting case by Alexandra Sims (University of Auckland).

* "Joint Authorship and Infringement by 'Altered Copying': some reflections from the Stones in His Pockets case" by Les Christy (Pinsents) which first appeared this May in the Entertainment Law Reporter.

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