"It is a natural electronic addition to the already successful ACID Design Data Bank which holds over 350,000 copies of unregistered designs. All too often, design ideas and new product designs are stolen at the vulnerable stage of sending them to third parties. The IP Tracker, reinforced by the powerful ACID brand, will be an additional tool of self help ensuring a further layer of IP awareness. ing receipted evidence of sending reverses the burden of proof and makes it easier to take action.”
Following his recent pensées ("Two Riffs on Sublicensing", here), our transaction-oriented Kat Neil thanks readers for all their interest in his work-in-progress PowerPoint on sublicensing. He adds:
"In truth, these materials have laid fallow for the last year or so. All of your comments are most welcome with the hope that we can collectively improve the awareness among our colleagues of this neglected topic".