20 Years of The IPKat - Celebrate with us in London or online on 8 June 2023!

Can you believe that, this coming June, The IPKat will turn ... 20?! 

It's really true that time does fly when you're having (IP) fun!

Launched in June 2003 as a teaching aid for IP law students in London, The IPKat’s blog has become a popular source of material, comment, and amusement for IP owners, practitioners, judges, students, and administrators ever since. Dozens of IP enthusiasts have graced the space of the Blog over the past two decades with their reports and commentaries on “IP News and Fun”. Today, The IPKat Team – PermaKats, SpecialKats, GuestKats, InternKats – consists of a group of contributors that is very diverse, whether because of their background, geographic origin, interests or seniority in the IP profession.

We will celebrate both this extraordinary anniversary and the upcoming release of the book Developments and Directions in Intellectual Property. Twenty Years of The IPKat (Oxford University Press, 2023). Edited by Hayleigh Bosher and Eleonora Rosati, this book brings together – once again – several past and present IPKat Team members, as well as many eminent Katfriends, who have all contributed chapters on several different aspects of IP.

Kindly note that places are limited: book early to avoid disappointment.

We all look forward to celebrating with our community of readers!

20 Years of The IPKat - Celebrate with us in London or online on 8 June 2023! 20 Years of The IPKat - Celebrate with us in London or online on 8 June 2023! Reviewed by Merpel McKitten on Monday, February 13, 2023 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. It is no doubt that IPKat is one of the top knowldge base website for all ages of men and women. Also, I would love to wish you happy birthday in advance.


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