The latest issue of the Journal of Intelectual Property Law & Practice is now out, with an article from yours truly. Amongst the contents:

  • Jeremy Phillips – Delicate balance or creative conflict?
  • Rowan Freeland – Disclosure and enablement: the House of Lords clarifies the law on novelty
  • Nicola Isaacs – Should the UK adopt a European system for the registration of trade marks?
  • Sheldon H. Klein – Geico and Google settle trade mark/keyword advertising lawsuit
  • Julia Meuser -Lost opera, lost copyright
  • Andrew Fuller -Money for nothing and your MP3s for free
  • Marius Schneider and Olivier Vrins -The EU offensive against IP offences: should right-holders be offended?
  • Arnaud Folliard-Monguiral and Giuseppe Bertoli -Inter Partes Proceedings and the Reform of the Community Trade Mark Implementing Regulation
  • Jeremy Drew -Declaratory relief: don’t be afraid to ask
  • Andrés Guadamuz González -The software patent debate
  • Alden F. Abbott and Suzanne Michel -Exclusion payments in patent settlements: a legal and economic perspective
  • Pat Treacy -Settlement Agreements: The European Perspective


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