Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week

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Update in the Nokia v Daimler dispute! In a decision out of the Mannheim Regional Court’s Second Civil Chamber, an injunction potentially preventing sales of Mercedes vehicles in Germany has been issued. Sophie Corke reported on the decision.


Our very own Kat’s book, Law, Technology and Cognition: The human element in online copyright infringement, is available. Hayleigh Bosher is a monograph based upon her PhD research. Thomas Key provided a teaser of this must read.


The UIC John Marshall Law School's 64th Annual IP Conference is taking place 13 November 2020! The conference will be taking place online and promises to be the largest and liveliest one ever. Annsley Merelle Ward brought all the details to you so that you have no reason to miss out on this conference. If you do need any more reason to go and register right now, the first 10 IPKat readers will enjoy discounted entry to the conference.

What’s in a pseudonym? When it comes to George Eliot and her 19th- century novel, Middlemarch, described by some as the greatest novel in the English language, the answer may be about to change. Neil Wilkof looked at writers using a pseudonym in their public persona.
Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week Reviewed by Magdaleen Jooste on Sunday, August 30, 2020 Rating: 5

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