Monday, 30 January 2012

Monday's bits

NJQ's newsletter scuttled its way into the inbox this morning with news of two registry decisions in Egypt decided in favour of a Turkish and UK based client of the firm, respectively. You can read more about them here.

Now turning ANC branding upside down
Further south, one of the "most read" articles on popular News24 website may excite proponents of the quality control doctrine as RSA's ruling party the ANC gets shirty over branding issues in the Limpopo province.
And, in passing - the California State Bar has around 175000 members of which approximately 8500 form the Intellectual Property and International section. In RSA there are around 300 qualified lawyers interested(ie members of the SAIIPL) in intellectual property of which around 150 are fellows of the SAIIPL.

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