IP Publishers and Editors Lunch 2014

The IPKat can now confirm that we have all the necessary ingredients for the IP Publishers and Editors Lunch 2014. We have a date, Tuesday 25 November, at 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm. We have a venue, this being the London offices of law firm Bircham Dyson Bell, round the corner from Birdcage Walk -- a clear conceptual magnet for those of the feline persuasion, though few if any birdcages are now seen in those sumptuous parts. Finally, we have a guest speaker, the ever-challenging Ashley Roughton (barrister, one of the General Editors of The Modern Law of Patents, published by LexisNexis and now in its third edition).  This event is free to attend and offers a lovely opportunity to rub shoulders with other people who are part of the sequence of events that leads from things happening in the field of IP to those selfsame things being known and discussed.

In past years we have welcomed colleagues from various corners of the world. We do hope that this year will be no exception!

If you are involved in any aspect of intellectual property editing or publishing, whether in the traditional media or the social media, and you'd like to attend, please email the IPKat at theipkat@gmail.com and let him know.
IP Publishers and Editors Lunch 2014 IP Publishers and Editors Lunch 2014 Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Rating: 5

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