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Another club bites the dust

London’s club scene is dying and all we can do is shrug a shoulder. Our city used to be one of the most liberal, exciting places in Europe, but it has long since lost that crown to Berlin, of all places. 723 more words

On Reflection

Breaking Down the Silo: How to Use Nucleus Visual Content

We’d like to present the very first installment of our new video series for healthcare: Breaking Down the Silo.

This new series is designed for forward-thinking healthcare marketers who are interested in learning more about Nucleus and what we have to offer. 47 more words


You are Invited!

Hong Kong
International Licensing Show 

Booth Number GH-G06

12 – 14 January, 2014 (Mon – Wed)

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive (MTR A5 exit)

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Is Newman Street Post Office being closed in favour of a beauty salon or private club?

Fitzrovia is to lose another post office with the announcement that a branch at 19 Newman Street is to close and there are plans afoot to open a beauty salon or late night club on the site. 277 more words


Standards and IP - December Updates

Nearly every week there is a new development somewhere in the world on IP and standards.  China has been no exception.  I already blogged about several of them of them, including MIIT’s… 661 more words

China IPR

Lambeth's enforcement team seek to review licence of Serenity Wine Bar

Lambeth Council team dealing with noise and enforcement has made an application to review the licence of Serenity Wine Bar & Restaurant, where there have been several complaints regarding loud music and gathering of patrons outside late at night. 137 more words


USPTO Issues New & Revised Guidance on Patent Eligibility Under 35 USC § 101

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued revised guidance to its examiners relating to determination of patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. §101. This “Interim Guidance” provides more specific advice for evaluating claims directed to any technical field, but is of particular relevance to patent applications includes “nature-based” and biotechnology technologies. 1,114 more words