For the half-year to 30 June 2014, the IPKat's regular team is supplemented by contributions from guest bloggers Alberto Bellan, Darren Meale and Nadia Zegze.

Two of our regular Kats are currently on blogging sabbaticals. They are David Brophy and Catherine Lee.

Thursday, 14 April 2005

FORMATION OF HM COURTS SERVICE - BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR IP?


Doing his daily internet trawl, the IPKat discovered that the Court Service and the Magistrates' Court Service have been merged, to form Her Majesty's Courts Service. The IPKat isn't sure what the implications of this are for IP litigation (except for the introduction of a new, difficult to use website), but he notes that this change encompasses the Patents County Court and the Patents Court, as well as the standard Chancery Division, Court of Appeal and House of Lords - all of which hear IP cases. Suggestions from readers would be welcomed.

No comments:

Subscribe to the IPKat's posts by email here

Just pop your email address into the box and click 'Subscribe':