Want to learn how to blog?
The IPKat's friend IP lawyer Justin Patten (Principal, Human Law) is running a blogging seminar in Central London on 12th April (details here). If you're interested in attending, sign up and mention you saw this notice on the IPKat weblog and you'll be entitled to a 10% discount on the registration fee.
Visit Justin's blog here
Two forthcoming events this March ...
* 21 March 2006: 8th Annual Information Technology Law Conference , London (details here)
* 23 March 2006: Copying Without Infringing , London (details here), followed by some informal refreshment afterwards at around 5.20pm at Cafe Concerto for any IP enthusiast who wants to drop in any say "hello".
... and one this June
* 20 June 2006: Sharing Names: whose name is it anyway? Resolving disputes and sharing use, London (details not yet available from CLT website, but the outstanding cast includes Neil Wilkof, Isabel Davies, Michael Bloch QC and Dev Gangjee). Watch this space for the next IPKat competition, the prize for which will be free admission.
Above right: 1,000 names seems rather a lot for a single cat. Wonder if he has to share?
Wednesday, 15 March 2006
Posted by Jeremy at 13:40:00