The IPKat’s masters have been quite productive recently. Apart from Ilanah’s article in the EIPR (see “Far Too Modest”, blogged yesterday), there’s quite a bit of interesting work in the pipeline.

• Jeremy and Ilanah’s paper, “Going Down in History: Does History Have anything to Offer the Intellectual Property Lawyer?” is now finished and awaits publication along with the other papers given in the same seminar series.

• Jeremy and Ilanah have also drafted an article, “No Marks for Hitler: a Radical Reappraisal of Trade Mark Use and Political Sensitivity”, which is currently in search of a journal to publish it.

• Jeremy’s paper, “Databases, the Human rights Act and EU Law”, has now been revised for publication later this year by Oxford University Press in its collection of seminar papers on the Freedom of Expression and Copyright seminar hosted by Queen Mary, University of London, last year.

Any of our readers who would like to see any of these papers should send us an email and we will be pleased to oblige.
SOMETHING TO READ? SOMETHING TO READ? Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Thursday, February 05, 2004 Rating: 5

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