On the 12th Day of Christmas IPKat Gave to Me...IP Book of the Year Nominees!

As book review editor, this Kat has facilitated the review of over 50 books on IPKat since taking over the role. She hopes that readers find these reviews as interesting and helpful as she does! This year we've covered books of all type of IP from Patents, Trade Marks, and Copyright, on topics from Social Media to Mediation, and jurisdictions, from China and South Africa to France.

And now... drum roll please... to celebrate the vast and diverse offering of IP literature, the IPKat are excited to announce that we are holding our first IP Book of The Year competition! 

Which IP books got you purring this year? You can nominate your favourites now. There are 6 categories of book that you can nominate- Patent, Copyright, Design, Trade Mark, General IP and Edited Collection.

So many books, so little time!
PHoto: H. Wechsler

Nominations close at midnight on Sunday 23rd December 2018.

The books that received the most nominations will be shortlisted, following which readers will be able to vote for their winners!

Only books published in 2018 and fall within the categories listed above will be considered. You may nominate as many books as you like, but please only nominate each title once per person. In your nominations please include the author, title, and publisher.

On the 12th Day of Christmas IPKat Gave to Me...IP Book of the Year Nominees! On the 12th Day of Christmas IPKat Gave to Me...IP Book of the Year Nominees! Reviewed by Hayleigh Bosher on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Rating: 5

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