Wednesday Whimsies

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Although it's safest to stay home, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy IP law from wherever you are.

Events & Training

While the Retromark conference may have been cancelled, you can enjoy its social distancing equivalent tomorrow (26 March) at 5.30pm UK time. Sign up to Retromark: Live! for 'twenty eight minutes of IP discussion effortlessly mixed with two minutes of attempts at humour' here (and BYOB!) and email Darren and Rosie with questions, comments and requests at

Assimilate IP is kindly offering a 10% discount to IPKat readers who mention 'IPKat' in their application to any of the following forthcoming courses: 

Tilburg University's Department of Law, Technology, Markets and Society is seeking applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor position in intellectual property law, focusing on technology regulation.


The UK's Intellectual Property Office is providing updates on the status of its services in light of coronavirus here. It will update the page as any further developments take place.
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