Monthly Archives: November 2008

Practice: A2B Day

I have just returned from the first two sessions of the Bar Council’s Access to the Bar Day at Inner Temple.  The first was on public access and the second on licensed access. I wanted to attend the last session which … Continue reading

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Patents: Court Guide

When I reviewd the new Patent Court Guide on 6 Nov I pointed out that it did not have a specimen order.    That has now been corrected and the complete guide appears in its full glory at http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/cms/files/Patents_Court_Guide_as_revised_on_18_November_2008.pdf.   However, the … Continue reading

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Software Patents: Talks on Symbian

Colin Birss QC is giving a talk for the AIPPI at Allen & Overy on Symbian entitled “Symbian: Where do we stand now?” on 4 Dec.  It should be good.   I have heard Colin speak before. The cost is only … Continue reading

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Space: Meet a Spaceman in Bradford

Former Soviet spaceman, Col. Akexander Volkov, and the head of ballistics for the Soviet space programme, Dr. Alexander Martynov, will be at the WOW Academy in Bradford between 12:00 and 15:00 on 11 Dec 2008. The timetable is as follows: 12:00 – … Continue reading

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Moderation Policy

Someone called “Planet” contributed a comment to my blog in Mandarin.   I have not yet got round to learning that language (a project for retirement perhaps) but I ran it through Google translate and it came out as “Evidence … Continue reading

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Northern Intellectual Property Review

Between 1997 and 2001 we published a number of newsletters which won a lot of praise.   They even earned me and my tenants a few free lunches with the likes of Hobson Audley (now Faegre & Benson), Wragge & … Continue reading

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