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effortlessly stylish piece for PatLit, this time on the USPTO and latest thoughts on what to do about abusive patent litigation. Rising star and Katfriend Tomasz Rychlicki gives us the reassuring news on Class 46 that the Poles can be expected to distinguish TEFAPAK from TEFLON, even if Du Pont thinks they can't. the copyright-focused 1709 Blog has sprouted another busy CopyKat round-up from Ben Challis, here. Finally, though it's not strictly a blog, the Legal Knowledge portal deserves a Katpat for providing some jolly interesting IP material, not the least of which is an engaging and cleverly-organised article, "The Svensson judgment; did the CJEU break every link with copyright law?", by Dutch authors Joost Becker and Mark Jansen (Dirkzwager advocaten & notarissen NV, Arnhem). This piece offers lots to read and plenty to click: you can devour it at your leisure here.
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