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Should've Gone To Specsavers!

Trade Marks

Specsavers secured acceptance for the sign SHOULD’VE as a registered trade mark in the UK following an unexpected decision by the UK Intellectual Property Office. 555 more words


The Old Man and the Sea

“One fine day, a mussel went to sunbathe on the beach. A snipe caught sight of this tasty morsel and dove towards its intended dinner. The mussel immediately slammed its shell shut and trapped the snipe’s beak inside, locking both in mortal combat. 1,646 more words

Why startups need a defensive IP strategy @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

One of the things I really love about working with startup founders is that they are by nature an optimistic crowd: They set out to build amazing things, change the world and fundamentally shift the way people view things.

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Corporate Challenges


I’ll soon be starting a new permanent job, and in preparation I’m making it clear what is my prior intellectual property. In this case, it’s not so I can make “oodles of money” in the future, but it’s actually so I can release it as Open Source. 757 more words


What's it all about….

I don’t know if there’s a formal way of introducing a blog onto the internet nowadays. The internet is such a huge place that I could probably just get away with just quietly taking up residence in my own little corner of it. 244 more words

Business Women

Data Protection Law In India

Data Protection Law In India

India is the second most populous nation and the largest democracy in the world. The manner in which India has adopted the electronic ecosystem and the Internet has suddenly made India a very fertile destination for companies wanting to do business. 177 more words

An Evening With Baker & McKenzie

Behind Closed Doors

By Christianah Babajide

As a law student, I have attended a number of networking events hosted by leading commercial firms. 959 more words