Monthly Archives: August 2005

Software Patents: More Bloodcurdling Stuff

An interesting article for connoisseurs of this sort of thing from Ton Sanders in vnunet.com. The article is headed “Patent threat looms over dynamic web pages”. It discusses patent infringement claims that a company called EpicRealm has launched in the … Continue reading

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Always consider the UDRP first

This is the second time today that I have written this post. The first version was deleted by the browser when I tried to run the spell check. I don’t know why I bother with the spell check anyway because … Continue reading

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HIP, HIP Hooray from Huddersfield

HIP stands for Huddersfield Intellectual Property Forum. HIP was set up a year ago at a meeting of representatives of local solicitors, patent agents, Business Link West Yorkshire, the local chamber of commerce and university. Its object is to raise … Continue reading

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Software Patents: Call for EP Resolution

The Channel Register has drawn my attention to an interesting article by Mr Florian Mueller in euObserver.com entitled “Parliament should pass resolution on software patents“. The gist of the article is a call to the European Parliament to pass a … Continue reading

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Hail to Hills of Westwood

Further proof the clever chaps at ContractsProf Blog that I plugged a few minutes ago know what they are talking about, one of the first feeds on my RSS subscription from them is the US law school rankings with my … Continue reading

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Applying for Patents

I have just uploaded on the IP/IT-Update website a short article on applying for patents. This is not a “how to” guide. I am not a patent agent and always advise my clients to go to someone who is. Instead, … Continue reading

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Lawindexpro

I have just received an email from my friend, neighbour and occasional client, David Swarbrick. David is now a consultant of Oldham law firm Wrigley Claydon but for many years he practised on his own account in Brighouse (a small … Continue reading

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