here. Meanwhile, IP Tango has finally crept up to the 300 email-subscriber mark: this unusual bilingual IP blog might even go trilingual if it gets Portuguese posts on IP in Brazil. And now let's welcome a new blog on the block: UK law firm Lawrence Graham LLP has gone public with LG blogs IP, Powered by a five-lawyer team and with an archive back to April, this looks like a fun product. Good luck, says the Kat!
here. Another judgment from the same judge, same court, is discussed on the IP Finance blog here: it's Nike International v Bateman on costs orders where a tiny infringement by a small defendant is unnecessarily defended by an IP owner who should have pressed for a consent order rather than summary judgment.
here; email here to reserve your space. The speaker is Professor Graeme W Austin (J. Byron McCormick Professor of Law at the University of Arizona) and the title of the lecture is "Copyright's Private Domain".
this link to fotoLIBRA blog's "Stonewalling Stonehenge". For the benefit of non-Brits, and indeed anyone who lives in England and who has recently experienced what jokingly passes for education, Stonehenge is an ancient site of great historical, cultural and technological interest, a bit like the Pyramids in Egypt only a rather different shape. Anyway, fotoLIBRA apparently received the following missive:
"We are sending you an email regarding images of Stonehenge in your fotoLibra website. Please be aware that any images of Stonehenge can not be used for any commercial interest, all commercial interest to sell images must be directed to English Heritage".
The IPKat is not aware of any legal basis upon which English Heritage can claim a monopoly in the use of images of Stonehenge and would be grateful if his more learned friends and colleagues could advise him if he is wrong. Meanwhile, here's an image of Stonehenge of made of LEGO bricks. The IPKat advises English Heritage to team up with Lego, since both seem to be quite good these days at asserting the right to control things that aren't theirs (on Lego, click here).