Amanda Telfer. Many readers may have read in the British press about the tragic loss of Amanda Telfer, following the freak accident which befell her in Central London last week. Valued IPKat subscriber and supporter Amanda, an intellectual property and media consultant solicitor with Keystone Law, was a popular and respected IP enthusiast, who will be greatly missed by her many friends, colleagues and clients. "A Life Interrupted ... ", which was published in the London Evening Standard earlier this week, sums up our loss, and the feelings of many of us, in eloquent terms.
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jiplp weblog, which yesterday welcomed its 700th email subscriber. Secondly, congratulations to the Allliance Against IP Theft for changing its name to the Alliance For Intellectual Property, a very positive step reported on the MARQUES Class 46 weblog here. IP Finance hosts an excellent analysis by regular guest blogger Keith Mallinson to the effect that there are not, repeat not, too many patents in the world. Meanwhile, over on Art & Artifice, Rachel Buker reports on a curious sequel to that blog's earlier Ecce Home post. Finally, the 1709 Blog asks for information concerning the background to a fresh case being referred to the Court of Justice of the European Union, this being Case C-355/12 Nintendo, on technological protection measures and other popular hobbies ...