Reminder to vote for IPKat Book of the Year Awards 2021

A friendly feline reminder to vote for your favourite intellectual property law book of the year 2021 in the IPKat Book of the Year Awards! 

Vote for your best IP book of 2021 by taking the survey here   

PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF IP, only complete the survey once! Although it may be tempting to vote 94 votes for your (own) favourite book, this will be a fruitless endeavour as we will only count your vote once from our side. Thank you for playing nicely.

Only votes for books published in 2021 will count. 

Please provide the editor/author's name and title of the book in your votes.

Readers can vote for books in five categories: Patents, Copyright, Trade Mark, Design and general Intellectual Property.

Voting will close at midnight on 31st January 2022, and winners will be announced thereafter.

Good luck!

Reminder to vote for IPKat Book of the Year Awards 2021 Reminder to vote for IPKat Book of the Year Awards 2021 Reviewed by Hayleigh Bosher on Monday, January 24, 2022 Rating: 5

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