The printed version August 2008 issue of Oxford University Press's flagship IP journal, the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (JIPLP), should by now have reached its subscribers (the online version is available well in advance). Topics tackled in this summer (or winter, if you're in the Southern hemisphere) issue include
The editorial for this issue, "IP: it all figures", considers some of the more subtle possibilities raised by some recent Oxford-based analysis of official IP filing and grant statistics. You can read this editorial in full, and at no cost, here.
* A practical piece by David Ehrlich (Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, NY) on the role of trade mark warranties in mergers and acquisitions;
* A review by business angel Hidero Niioka on the role played by IP in investment banking;
* "Opel/Autec: does the ECJ realize what it has done?" -- a rhetorical question concerning European trade mark infringement posed by Tobias Cohen Jehoram and Maarten Santman (De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek).
Read all the editorials of the past twelve months here
Full contents of this issue here
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50 most-read JIPLP features over the past month here.