First IP writing course
Worried that your IP writing style is indecipherable? If so, this course may just help
IPKat co-blogmeister Jeremy's first "How to Improve Your IP Writing Skills" course was held yesterday. He thinks it went pretty well and hopes to build on his experiences when running the July and September courses. For a brief report, click here.
Happy birthday Trademark World
This month marks the 20th anniversary of Trademark World, which contains a 'thank you for subscribing/ reading/contributing' message from editor Sylvia Waycot.
Features in this issue include a note on the South African Bocksbeutel trade mark dispute (noted here by the IPKat) by Charles Webster (Spoor & Fisher), more on the O2/3G "bubbles" comparative advertising litigation, blogged here, from Giles Crown (Lewis Silkin), plus some further comments by Charles Lloyd and David Brooks (Taylor Wessing) on ambush marketing and the 2012 London Olympics - a favourite subject of the IPKat (see ravings here).
For details of Trademark World and her sister publications click here.
Tuesday, 6 June 2006
Posted by Jeremy at 07:50:00