If you've emailed IPKat Jeremy today and are hoping for a swift response, please be patient: it's World IP Day today and he's a bit preoccupied with the events of the moment ...
“WIPO, WIPO – does anyone truly knowStill on the anthem theme, entrant Mark Anderson, inspired by new Kat Neil Wilkof's Clouds post and watching the appended YouTube file of Both Sides Now, wonders what Joni Mitchell might have said if she had been an IP lawyer. Perhaps ...
How Romarin works,
With its mad old quirks?
That’s no, that’s no...”
Songs, and books, and new designs,
Some great ideas, and poets’ lines,
And though we pay a million times
We don’t own them, you say
Your intellectual property
Seems like just a fake to me
It makes us stop when we feel free
Downloading our best songs
I’ve practised law from both sides now
Both in-house jobs and City crowds
And though I’ve learnt a trick or two
I don’t know IP law, like you.
Around the blogs. Today being World Intellectual Property Day, IPKat team member Jeremy has discharged the onerous responsibility of compiling Blawg Review #261. You can read his Review by clicking here. The Blawg Review site, which contains details of reviews past and future, is here. The IP Finance weblog welcomes a new team member, the talented Grégoire Marino -- of whom we suspect we shall be hearing a great deal more one day. His first post for IP Finance, on ambush marketing, can be read here.