Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat Last Week!

Seasons and temperatures may change, but you can always count on Never Too Late! The 168th edition is here for you!

We started with a Book review--Create, Copy, Disrupt: India’s Intellectual Property Dilemmas. Kat Neil tells us with excitement about this comprehensive book, which not only deals with current issues in the Indian IP scene but also gives it a broader social, political and economic context. Spice up your bookshelves with this volume!

Kat Eleonora continues her quest to discover more about the freedom of panorama exception (for some previous episodes, see here, here and here). This time the question is Freedom of Panorama: would it hurt architects? Survey among Italian-based architects says NO. Find out why!

On October 1st, the UK's Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 came into force. In The new unjustified threats bill – do's and dont’s, former InternKat Ellie Wilson gives her point of view on how to best approach the new provisions.

Don't miss out! International Copyright Law returns to London on November 27 and 28.

If you'd like to catch up on the last year of trade mark litigation or to just have a neat summary, check out Darren Meale's Retromark Volume II: the last six months in trade marks (and Volume I as well).

The IPKat has been a very keen reader this week! In Book Review Times Two: GI at the Crossroads of Trade, Development, and Culture and GI - Global and Local perspectives Kat Nicola and Kat Friend Josie Bright each reports on one of them for us. Plenty to learn!

For an interesting Sunday discussion, Kat Neil, in light of recent years' political events, asks the question: Does the retreat from internationalism mean the retreat of IP? If yes, what would the impact on IP be?

Sunday was also a time for event reports! The first, Event report: I3PM General Assembly 2017 at WIPO in Geneva, was provided by Gordan Hyland, the very president of I3PM. Then, our own AmeriKat crossed lands and seas to have her paws, ears, ideas and voice at the AIPPI Congress 2017 in Sydney! This week, the AmeriKat wrote an introductory report, followed by the report on a panel session on copyright and music, by the plenary session on inventor remuneration and by the Young AIPPI Forum. Stay tuned for more!

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Never Too Late 167 [week ending Sunday 8 October] Is the German press publishers' right lawful? More details on the CJEU reference | Community registered designs & the CJEU - Nintendo v Big Ben | In memoriam Maurice Bluestein: "Baby--it's cold outside"; the story and nomenclature of the Wind Chill Index | Book Review: The Fundamental Right to Data Protection | Brexit: The IP Position Paper and trade marks | Brexit and Brands: 536 days and counting – what is the UK going to do? | Sunday Surprises

Never Too Late 166 [week ending Sunday 1 October] Book Review: What if we could reimagine copyright? | Italian Supreme Court confirms availability of copyright protection to TV formats | EU certification mark: It's coming your way on October 1st | Pemetrexed pops up in Milan | Medical data in a twist - Technomed v Bluecrest | Proposed EMA relocation: staff survey update | Event: The impact of Brexit on the UK copyright regime | Waiting for the approval of the EU Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market | 'TOBBIA' EU trade mark declared invalid for conflict with 'PEPPA PIG' EU trade mark

Never Too Late 165 [week ending Sunday 24 September] German Federal Court of Justice rules that GS Media presumption of knowledge does not apply to Google Images| Life as an IP Lawyer: Washington, D.C.| Furie-ous creator of Pepe the Frog determined to use copyright to get his green creation back | Book Review: Marketing and Advertising Law in a Process of Harmonisation | Special interview with the Chief Executive of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore on new one billion dollar innovation fund (and more) | Conference Report: Zurich IP Retreat 2017 - Patents and Hindsight (Part I and II) | Does Allergan's Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe transactional move "rip off consumers"?

Never Too Late 164 [week ending Sunday 17 September] Joint JIPLP-GRUR event: A Distinctive Mess? Current Trade Mark Law and Practice in the EU and UK | 6th Global Forum on Intellectual Property: Ideas to Assets | Reality TV stars: performers? ...employees?... Neither? | Monkey Selfie Dispute| The Selfie Monkey case: the end?,|Schweppes = Schweppes - AG Opinion in parallel goods dispute. | The Israel Supreme Court adopts the conceptual separability test of the US Copyright Office, rejecting the Star Athletica standard| Maradona sues Dolce&Gabbana over 2016 'MARADONA' jersey|
Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat Last Week! Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat Last Week! Reviewed by Cecilia Sbrolli on Sunday, November 12, 2017 Rating: 5

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