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Thanks to the Ashes victory, England has gone cricket crazy, and IP lawyers are no exception. The IPKat though is worried about the fate of a slightly different team - the European Patent Office Cricket Club. The team is part of the Munich Cricket Association, but more than that the IPKat doesn't know. Can any of his readers fill him in on how the team has fared this season? Merpel wonders whether any other Patent Offices have cricket teams.


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HOWZAT? HOWZAT? Reviewed by Unknown on Tuesday, September 13, 2005 Rating: 5

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