Euromoney's prestigious near-monthly Managing Intellectual Property for March 2005 has just squeezed itself through the IPKat's letterbox. It was a tight squeeze too, since MIP has surged to a muscular 132 pages. Even allowing for a generous dollop of advertising, that still leaves a huge amount of editorial copy. Well done, MIP.

Content in this issue includes the following:
* Boudewijn van Vondelen (NautaDutilh) writes on the Benelux's first year of experience of opposition proceedings;

* Roderick McKelvie and Scott Weidenfeller (Covington & Burling) examine recent reforms of Pennsylvania patent litigation and consider whether they will attract more business to the Western District Federal Court;

* Mark Abell and Tina Ran (Field Fisher Waterhouse) review current law and practice on franchising in China.
MIP JUST KEEPS GETTING FATTER MIP JUST KEEPS GETTING FATTER Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, March 13, 2005 Rating: 5

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