Now the Kat is a million ....!

Some time last night, while the IPKat was asleep, this weblog received its one millionth visit. The IPKat weblog began in 2003 and -- thanks to the support and encouragement of its readers -- has been able to maintain steady and continued growth over the past five years. He, Merpel and Tufty would like to thank all their readers for their support. Further thanks go to the judges, lawyers, legislators, litigators and creative people whose interaction has made this possible.

To mark this event, IPKat co-founder Jeremy invites anyone who happens to be available to join him for a drink on Tuesday 23 September at the Grange City Hotel, London where he will be enjoying a little light refreshment in the Isis Bar and Lounge from 5.30 to 7.45pm after the Third Annual Intellectual Property Law and the Fashion Industry conference which is being held there.
Now the Kat is a million ....! Now the Kat is a million ....! Reviewed by Jeremy on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 Rating: 5


  1. What a wonderful image of 1 million IP lawyers descending on the hotel bar ...

  2. I think the previous anon meant 'ascending'. IP lawyers can't descend any further.

  3. Congratulations to all the ipkats for providing so much enjoyment

  4. Yes absolutely. Congratulations. Jeremy, are you buying the drinks ?

    It would be great to come, especially to find out exactly who all these lily-livered "anonymous" contributors are.


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