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Managing Intellectual Property magazine has published its fifth annual list of the 50 most influential people in intellectual property

The latest issue of the magazine profiles the people leading the debates about the way that intellectual property impacts consumers, patients, artists, scientists and businesses. It includes judges, in-house lawyers, academics, law makers, policy advisers, campaigners, business people and government officials.

The 2007 list was selected by MIP's...


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Analysis from @twobirdsIP of yesterday's #UKSC judgment in Servier v Apotex (re cross-undertaking in damages) #patent http://t.co/SuonRsSknI

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Archiving ahead of office move #throwbackthursday Hopefully we will soon be paperless! http://t.co/wqZiLdJYIf

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Plus ça change ... Old covers on trolls, cost savings, US reform & EU forum shopping #clearout #throwbackthursday http://t.co/hZIvLDRHOF

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