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Utynam’s Heirs


Inspired by Valentine’s Day last month, Managing IP invited our Twitter followers to compose IP-related love poems, and received dozens of responses, from the beautiful to the bitter. Utynam has picked his favourites to share with you


Managing IP 

Roses are red
Violets are blue
If you infringe our IP rights
We will sue 

Kilpatrick Townsend 

Patents are read
Owners are blue
No love is spread
If the claim isn’t true 

Tim Roberts  Roses...


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