Speaking of IP events If you happen to travel to the South of England and find yourself in Southampton, you may want to attend on these events which have something to offer to everybody.
Around the weblogs John Enser was busy writing for The 1709 Blog last weekend, both reporting that the UK Intellectual Property Office has just published its Guidelines on the Technological Protection Measures (TPMs) complaints process, and devoting a post to an invariably sexy topic, ie retransmissions under US copyright. Patent litigation-friendly [is that an oxymoron, wonders Merpel] blog PatLit features a post that explains why the decision in the matter T 0584/09 might have been unduly overlooked. Although being in transit to Australia for a grand tour of lectures, Jeremy could not resist commenting on FICPI's Resolution on colour marks on MARQUES/Class 46. Finally, this Kat has discovered a blog called Peep Beep, devoted to all things privacy and information security law.