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Around the weblogs. PatLit carries a grand piece by Stefano Barazza on claim preclusion, issue preclusion and the Kessler doctrine. Haven't heard about these choice items? It's time to read, here. The same blog carries a short, short note by Katfriend Paul England on a long, long (yes, Arnoldian) judgment in Starsight v Virgin Media. The jiplp weblog features two recent current intelligence notes: Esther Schnepper reviews the Community trade mark spat between Volvo and Solvo over their similar but non-confusing marks, while AmeriKat Annsley teams up with colleague Paul Keller to write about patent attorney fees in the US in the wake of the Kilopass ruling. Finally, the IP Finance blog gives details of Project Hatchling, an innovation competition backed by Turtle Mat (illustrated, left) for which the prize is, er, the chance to work hard but with a better prospect of success.