Time to celebrate: IPKat remains the most popular IP blog and the most popular copyright blog of all time!

With the festive season approaching, there is always a lot to celebrate. I am pleased to report that we in the IPKat family are also celebrating the enduring support to our blogging adventure, which began over 15 years ago.

According to Justia rankings, in fact, our blog remains:
Huge thanks to all our contributors over these years, readers ... and critics!


Time to celebrate: IPKat remains the most popular IP blog and the most popular copyright blog of all time! Time to celebrate: IPKat remains the most popular IP blog and the most popular copyright blog of all time! Reviewed by Merpel on Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Rating: 5

3 comments:

  1. Are the separate rankings for "copyright" blogs and "intellectual property" blogs and the lack of rankings for trade mark blogs and patent blogs the reason for the IPKat's seemingly ever increasing focus on copyright law or is it just a happy coincidence?

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  2. Congrats!! Your followers are happier than ever! Thanks for so much work and generosity! Our enrichment is your glory!
    Gustavo Schötz, Argentina.

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  3. @Anonymous: It's just a coincidence. Unfortunately at the moment Justia is not providing rankings for patent- and trademark-focused blogs.

    @Gustavo: many thanks for your kind words!

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