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Around the blogs. The IPKat commented on the launch of IPHire earlier this week; SOLO IP now asks for readers' thoughts on the benefits and problems of temporary IP work in the small/sole IP practitioner community. When the EU's General Court churns out more Community trade marks than a Kat can wave his whiskers at, check out MARQUES' Class 46 weblog, where the indefatiguable Laetitia Lagarde is doing a great job in picking out the most important ones (see here and here, for example). IP Dragon gives a critical analysis of Nike's enforcement strategy against a single 'end user' here. PatLit looks at an interesting issue: do you have the right to get hold of court documents in discontinued patent proceedings that you weren't even party to? If you've ever wondered who the "informed user" of a toilet is, for Community registered design purposes, don't worry: Class 99 has been wondering too.