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Archive for April, 2007

SCRIPT-ed Call for papers

Monday, April 30th, 2007

If any of you have any scholarly works on law and technology issues, which includes IP, IT and medical law, SCRIPT-ed is searching for additions to upcoming issues. We publish in multiple languages, and offer a professional forum for your work.
SCRIPT-ed is the online journal of the AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual […]

Jack Valenti

Friday, April 27th, 2007

I definitely didn’t always agree with his views, but Jack Valenti was a fine Texan and a great shaping force in the development of US copyright law. He passed on this week, and a great bio of his life can be read in the Houston Chronicle. Here he is at the swearing in […]

What I’ve been surfing for 19th April 2007 through 26th April 2007

Friday, April 27th, 2007

These are my links for 19th April 2007 through 26th April 2007:

The Mac Lawyer: Top Ten Mac Applications for Solo Attorneys - I would add that NeoOffice presentation is good enough to use for your presentations…
Flight of the Living Dead - Going to see the movie at Dead by Dawn…
Futurelawyer: Portable Laptop Lectern […]

Scottish news coverage of IP

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

Two stories were brought to my attention about IP in the Scottish press. The first “Protection is there to stop rivals making a monkey out of you” in the Scotsman is a quick review of what the various IP rights are and how they are important to businesses. One area that I’d like to […]

iCommons iSummit 2007

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

I just got news that I received a scholarship to attend this year’s iCommons iSummit in Dubrovnik, Croatia. I will be attending the legal day as part of the team from CC-Scotland, and I’ll be wearing my Open Rights Group hat as well. I’m not presenting or anything, but I will be soaking […]

Legal lad gets it wrong

Friday, April 20th, 2007

I’ve been following the Legal Lad’s Quick and Dirty Tips for a more lawful life podcast, in part because I want to see how someone deals with trying to offer information about the law without running afoul of creating an attorney / client relationship or engaging in unauthorised practice of law. The Legal Lad […]

Dundas adds to ranks

Friday, April 20th, 2007

Six senior associates are to be promoted to partner at Scottish firm Dundas & Wilson, according to the Herald.
Three are based in Glasgow. They include Carina Healy, an intellectual property lawyer who leads the life sciences team. Her responsibilities include further developing Dundas’s growth in IP work in this and other key industries.
The head of […]

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