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"I have a limited number of free passes and so I would be happy to reserve two for IPKat readers who email me at MLin@marks-clerk.com – first come, first-served".For others, the info and sign-up link is here (the price already includes a 50% discount). Enjoy!
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addresses another recent piece of US patent jurisprudence, this time on the relationship between foreseeability and the doctrine of equivalents. The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice's jiplp blog celebrates the fact that its associated JIPLP readers and writers LinkedIn Group now has 200 members (the figure has since risen to 208). Writing for Art & Artifice, Simone Blakeney neatly summarises the US proposal for an ART Act (on resale royalties for artists). There's also a new blog on the block. It doesn't seem to have a name -- but the author is the respected and well-regarded Colorado-based Carl Oppedahl, so it should be good!
here for the page from which you click for further particulars and registration. Places are limited, so don't leave your decision too late!
mentioned that the South Africa Intellectual Property Law Journal's (SAIPLJ) had issued a call for papers, ideally by the cut-off date of 30 April 2014. There's now a convenient link to the journal's call. Thanks, Caroline Ncube and Lee-Ann Tong, for letting us know.