The team is joined by GuestKats Mirko Brüß, Rosie Burbidge, Nedim Malovic, Frantzeska Papadopolou, Mathilde Pavis, and Eibhlin Vardy
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SpecialKats: Verónica Rodríguez Arguijo (TechieKat), Hayleigh Bosher (Book Review Editor), and Tian Lu (Asia Correspondent).

Tuesday, 25 July 2006


It's the WTMR again

The second issue of Globe Business Publishing's bimonthly World Trademark Review has now arrived through the IPKat-flap, with a giant pixellated apple on the front cover. Sorry, the Kat couldn't find a web page for the new issue, or a picture of the cover to post on this blog, so you'll have to make do with a different apple for the time being.

It's a good issue, though. 68 pages of seriously small-print features on topics as varied as

* the Apple Corps/Apple Computer (non)-coexistence agreement, depending on which way you view it, analysed by Herbert Smith's Joel Smith (any relation, Joel?) and Laura Deacon;

* the continuing obsession in the US with trade mark dilution, by Jeffrey K. Riffer and Brian M. Yates (Jeffer Mangels Butler & Marmaro, Los Angeles);

Left: Globe Publishing Ltd undercover reporters prepare to infiltrate yet another INTA reception in search of business cards ...

* a post-mortem on INTA's Annual Meeting in Toronto by the IPKat's friend Véronique Musson, who must have self-sacrificingly attended every event in person in order to determine its cosmic significance for trade mark practice;

* a feature on India's new aggressive stance towards IP infringers by Keshav S. Dhakad (Anand & Anand).

If the WTMR maintains its present level of quality, says the IPKat, it has a bright future ahead of it.

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