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Sunday, 17 April 2005


The IPKat has been perusing the pages of the April 2005 issue of Euromoney's ten-times-a-year publication Managing Intellectual Property, which has a special 25 page focus on the Benelux countries (or at any rate on Belgium and the Netherlands; poor old Luxembourg wasn't much in evidence). Key features in this issue include:
* more news and comment on the great European soap opera that is the Computer Implemented Inventions Directive;

* an article by Gabriela Nunez on the Andean Pact countries' rules as they affect pharmaceutical patents;

* Gareth Morgan (Taylor Wessing) reviews some recent UK IP royalty cases, urging IP owners to become princes rather than paupers;

* further descriptions of IP protection in China and prescriptions for further protection.

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