Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week!

Be ready for the 134th edition of Never Too Late!

InternKat Hayleigh Bosher recaps the highlights of some IP blogs.

Kittens in love …
A Never Too Late celebration of Valentine's day!
Neil Wilkof muses about the intriguing topic of keeping the ‘aura’ of artistic works that are preserved by technological means.

Eleonora Rosati discusses Cartier and Others v BSkyB and Others, after permission to appeal was granted by the UK Supreme Court regarding whether costs should be borne by right holders in the case of a blocking injunction granted due to trademark infringement.

Katfriend Danny Friedmann provides an overview of the National IP Strategic Plan, which sets out various measures for the next five years with the goal of improving the protection and enforcement of IP Law in China.

Mark Schweizer discusses G 1/15 decision issued by the EPO’s Enlarged Board of Appeal, whose outcome means that so-called poisonous divisional applications are dead.

Mark Schweizer presents the second part INGRES annual conference, which covered topics such as Trade Secret Directive, Proposal Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, and the MEGA Brands case.

Eleonora Rosati highlights five common mistakes made by students and non-students, including the non-use of ECLI citation system.

Mark Schweizer shares the remarks of the annual conference of INGRES (Institut für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz), which covered diverse patent topics such as the assignment of priority rights and the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court.

Guest Kat Rosie Burbidge reminisces about the "father" of one the most popular video games, whose colorful ghosts and music have entertained to whole generations, including this Kitten.

This Kitten reports the launch of the latest issues of JIPLP and EJLT, as well as forthcoming events.


Never Too Late 133 [week ending on Sunday 29 January] | IP Summit 2016 (First Part) | When a quote becomes famous: even if it was never quite said that way | The trademark licensing question that won't go away: the standing of a licensee to sue | Would you like a side of Mr Justice Arnold on SPCs with your wind turbine? Teva v Gilead, Abraxis v Comptroller and Wobben v Siemens kick of 2017's patent cases | AIPPI (UK) Event: 2016's patent cases - all you really need to know | BREAKING: CJEU rules that EU law does NOT prevent punitive damages in IP cases | Supreme Court rules Act of Parliament is needed to initiate UK leaving the EU | Book review: "From Maimonides to Microsoft: The Jewish Law of Copyright Since the Birth of Print" | Applications for information on infringers can be made outside of IP infringement proceedings | The Michael Jordan case in China – to be continued | Around the IP Blogs | Sunday Surprises

Never Too Late 132 [week ending on Sunday 22 January] | When this Kat doesn't know, he reaches out to Kat readers: what really happened at the dawn of modern commercial trademark use? | Does the economic impact of SPCs necessitate SPC Regulation reform? The European Commission wants to find out | A look at the proposal for the ePrivacy Regulation | Around the IP Blogs! | BGH: to cease means to recall | Social media, "WikiLeaks" and false news in the 18th century: Thomas Jefferson and the "Mazzei letter"

Never Too Late 131 [week ending on Sunday 15 January] | Arrow declarations can be granted: Fujifilm v AbbVie | Guest Post - China's Patent Boom | Watch out lawyers - do you own your name?

Never Too Late 130 [week ending on Sunday 8 January] | Around the IP Blogs | Sunday Surprises | Trademark and co-branding as a badge of … did you say "location"(?) | 15 fully-funded IP PhD positions are calling for candidates | Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! | Around the IP Blogs | Biosimilars battle in clearing the way - Fujifilm v AbbVie continues | Book review: Maintenance time and the industry development of patents
Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Reviewed by Verónica Rodríguez Arguijo on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 Rating: 5

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