Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week!

Here’s what you missed since the last Never Too Late post.

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Hayleigh Bosher reviewed the recently published ‘Guidebook to Intellectual Property (7th edition) authored by Sir Robin Jacob, Matthew Fisher and Lynne Chave. In the post a discount code was kindly provided for the IPKat Readers. 


Marcel Pemsel commented on the recent Second Board of Appeal’s decisions relating to the trade marks METAVERSE FOOD (R2357/2022-2) and METAVERSE DRINK (R2356/2022-2), by highlighting the necessity of distinctiveness in relation to goods and services that can be offered and sold online. 


Henry Yang reported about the Interdigital v Lenovo [2023] EWHC 539. It was highlighted that the case was brought before the UK High Court in relation to the FRAND royalty to be paid by Lenovo to Interdigital for a license to their SEP portfolio.


Merpel McKitten provided the IPKat readers with more information on the upcoming IPKat book, edited by Kats Hayleigh Bosher and Eleonora Rosati. In the post it is also possible to find a discount code. 
Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! Reviewed by Chiara Gallo on Friday, March 24, 2023 Rating: 5

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