Usually I choose IP conferences to visit new places. I take my tax off-settable employee wife with me to carry the cases and so on, and whilst I am schmoozing with patent and trademark attorneys, she visits museums, historic sites and also… Read More ›
I was very honoured that Professor Jeremy Phillips agreed to give a keynote lecture at my PCTea Party earlier this week. Jeremy is not just arguably the foremost trademark expert in the world and certainly the foremost IP blogmeister,… Read More ›
IP Factor clocks up 100,000th hit!
In IL 160405 to Isle Firestop Ltd., the Applicant missed the 30th month deadline for entering the National Phase in
Canada and Europe are looking to utilize the humanitarian loophole in TRIPS to manufacture generic
A patent suit has been filed against Red Hat and Novell, both of whom distribute Linux. The suit,