OECD to its friends and admirers). OECD has a suite of four blogs, listed here, of which Nicola particularly praises Insights. "They bravely have comments turned On", she adds. Gill Grassie's guest editorial for the February issue of JIPLP takes a cool look at Scotland's IP prospects if, even as the UK talks of the European Union, Scotland considers leaving the UK.
here, closes on Sunday 3 February). Meanwhile, yesterday's IP + Retail limerick competition, which closes on Thursday 6 February, has received some outstanding entries -- several from senior IP partners who have obviously been experiencing oh-dear-it's-Friday concentration problems with their fee-earning work. Details of this competition are here. The IPKat welcomes last-minute entries, especially if they are amusing ...
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"For those who have not yet managed to get five hours of peace at work or at home to put the final polish on their knowledge and technique for Paper C of the European Qualifying Examination, CEIPI still have some free places available for last minute applicants in the English group of the 'Cramming Course C' in Strasbourg. The course runs from Thursday, 7 February to Friday (AM), 8 February (1.5 days) and involves a mock examination (C 2012) followed by feedback and a discussion in a small group with C-Book co-author Bill Chandler. Further details are available here.”Merpel thinks it's funny that the IPKat should be giving a plug to a member of the EPO's Electricity BoA.
Elsewhere online. The Kluwer IP Law website has been given a wash-and-brush-up recently. While some tiresome pedants might just challenge the site's claim to be the "all-in-one online resource for all aspects of intellectual property law" [perhaps the word 'all' carries a special meaning here, mewses Merpel], it's pretty handy nonetheless.