Professor Jeremy Phillips has kindly invited me to quaff beer with the London IP crowd at their favorite watering hole, known as the Old Nick. The Old Nick, is, of course, a pseudonym for the devil in Christian teaching.
We’ll be there next Tuesday evening (1st September) between 5 PM and 7 PM, and I will happily treat IP colleagues who come along to a drink.
More details on the IP KAT quoted below:
Forthcoming happenings. The IPKat‘s Forthcoming Events page is often mentioned in despatches; it lists all sorts of conferences, forums, seminars, lectures and the like. It doesn’t usually list happenings, though. One such happening is a gathering of like-minded IP enthusiasts that is scheduled to occur spontaneously on the late afternoon of Tuesday 1 September, when fellow blogger Michael Factor (The IP Factor, here) will be passing through the hallowed portals of The Old Nick, Sandland Street, Holborn — deep in the heart of Charles Dickens’ Legal London — to discuss IP practice and professional ethics with an enthusiastic bunch of random colleagues between the hours of 5 and 7 pm. This Kat will be there Do feel free to join us. No need to RSVP; just pop in and be social!
I will treat IP Enthusiasts to a free drink.