Euromoney's prestigious near-monthly Managing Intellectual Property for March 2005 has just squeezed itself through the IPKat's letterbox. It was a tight squeeze too, since MIP has surged to a muscular 132 pages. Even allowing for a generous dollop of advertising, that still leaves a huge amount of editorial copy. Well done, MIP.
Content in this issue includes the following:
* Boudewijn van Vondelen (NautaDutilh) writes on the Benelux's first year of experience of opposition proceedings;
* Roderick McKelvie and Scott Weidenfeller (Covington & Burling) examine recent reforms of Pennsylvania patent litigation and consider whether they will attract more business to the Western District Federal Court;
* Mark Abell and Tina Ran (Field Fisher Waterhouse) review current law and practice on franchising in China.