|It's not just judges who have|
to struggle to keep a straight face ...
|Oxford is famed not only for its intellectual|
life but also for its high density of cyclists ...
spicyip.com, all handsome, shiny and free of all blogpots [the IPKat and Merpel have been urged to do likewise for some years now, but they're generally too busy generating content, or trying to, to focus on what might indeed be a much-needed redesign]. Shamnad and friends have also
"The award of an account of profits has a long and distinguished pedigree in equity and law. However, the law governing enforcement and remedies is now subject to the Enforcement Directive (2004/48) with an account of profits falling under Article 13. The implications of the Directive and the changes it has brought still remain unclear and are yet to be fully appreciated as the Court of Appeal’s decision in Hollister v Medik Ostomy  EWCA Civ 1419 made clear."Note for academics and connoisseurs: an earlier draft of this paper was first presented at the CIPIL Spring Conference 2013 ‘What’s New in IP Remedies?’, Cambridge 9 March 2013.
|"Don't mention the Law ..."|
|Galen of Pergamon|