IF ONLY IT WERE SO ...


On 5 January the IPKat reported that the European Court of Justice would shortly be giving judgment in the pharma repackaging cases. This must have been an acute case of wishful thinking, because he can't for the life of him (or for one of his nine lives, at any rate) think what induced him to say such a thing. The truth is that these cases haven't even got as far as the Advocate General's Opinion yet. The IPKat apologises to his readers for unduly exciting them ...


Oh, the shame of it!

The Law of Cats' Embarrassment here (scroll down to point 18)
Cat's mistake here
Diary of forthcoming ECJ hearings and decisions here
IF ONLY IT WERE SO ... IF ONLY IT WERE SO ... Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, January 11, 2005 Rating: 5

2 comments:

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