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here's a fresh list of intellectual property-related subjects for which the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP) is seeking articles. This list reflects at least in part the hopes of readers and subscribers, so you can be sure that if it's published in JIPLP, someone other than you, the editor and the proof reader is likely to read it. If none of the articles listed here appeals to you, JIPLP is always ready to negotiate ...
|The world's response to scam sites? Right now, an|
elite squad of hand-picked tortoises is being trained
to pursue the perpetrators ...
here, which attacks the current archaic manner in which court documents must be sought in the internet age -- but which offers hope that some progressive thinking, and a lesson or two from the United States' experience of PACER, can improve the information environment.
here. You can email Grzegorz here.
An experienced and naturally non-cynical patent practitioner has emailed the IPKat with the following:
"We have an old case on which we filed a response to a European Patent Office examination report just under five years ago. We have just received a new report in which the normal four month term has been unusually shortened to three months. It's good to see that the EPO is keen to speed up the examination process, and is going about it so symmetrically".