The IPKat has finished perusing the December/January issue of the increasingly enjoyable and informative bimonthly Intellectual Asset Management (IAM), published by Globe White Page. This issue includes the following features:
* Nigel Page writes on the compensation received by Japanese employees whose patented inventions have been profitably exploited by their employers;
* Craig Opperman writes on the pros and cons of patenting software in Europe, viewed from the perspective of the perceived interests of smaller companies which try to compete against the multinationals;
* An obituary of the late lamented IP boutique firm Fish & Neave.