On 13 September the IPKat lamented the fact that some rather nice intellectual property blogs have become defunct. John L. Welch (Foley Hoag LLP) has just sent us news of another one: Joseph F. Gusmano's Trademark Project.

The IPKat sends his thanks to Cedric Manara for drawing his attention to two other French-language IP blogs that are fully functioning. One is the Little Trademark Museum of Frédéric Glaize (who also notified the IPKat of his blog's existence); the other is Cedric's own Domain Name Blog.

STOP PRESS: While we're on the subject of French IP blogs, if you speak French, you may want to take a look at Jean-Baptiste Soufron's weblog.

ANOTHER DEAD IP BLOG ANOTHER DEAD IP BLOG Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, September 19, 2004 Rating: 5

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