Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week

Here is what you missed from the IPKat last week.


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Hayleigh Bosher reported on the UK IPO latest update on its new patent service that, in the next 12 months, will dramatically transform the process of applying for a patent.

Anna Maria Stein reported the news that Milan will be the third seat of the Central Division, after the decision of the Presidium of the Unified Patent Court to assign the first two to Paris and Munich.

Trade marks

Nedim Malovic commented on the recent EUIPO Board of Appeal decision concerning the Maison Margiela’s Magic Numbers and the fact that a mark comprising of a sequence of numbers from 0 to 23 could not be registered as an EU trade mark.

Book reviews

Hayleigh Bosher reviewed the book entitled “Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage” edited by Irini Stamatoudi.


Merpel issued the latest Katcall as the IPKat is seeking Expressions of Interest for GuestKat and InternKat posts. The deadline is Sunday, 11 June (midnight GMT).
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