Anyway, here are last week's Katposts:
Never too late 19 [week ending Sunday 9 November] -- Copyright over Kim Kardashian’s bottom | EPO under EU Parliament’s investigation? | Rights on photographs of fake social profiles | IPEC hears big claims | Spanish copyright reform | Court of Appeal for England and Wales’ decision in Interflora v M&S | IPEC on confusing business names in Anglian Windows Ltd v Anglian Roofline Ltd | Ford Denied Well-Known Trademark Protection in Russia | Crayola suit to prevent genericide and dilution in the US | Copyright: monopoly or exclusive right? | The 17th draft of UPC Rules of Procedure.
Never too late 18 [week ending Sunday 2 November] -- The Limerick Competition results | More on CJEU in BestWater | The GC in Laguiole | France to review its IP Code | Reports on the “no patents round-up for non-techie people” event | Renting an orphan work in the UK | Aldi and look-alikes | The UK Supreme Court in Servier v Apotex | Are patent trolls really a problem? | Last developments over linking in EU.