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Due to our office relocation, Managing IP is auctioning a number of IP-related books in aid of our charity partner AMREF


The books are not new but are generally in good condition. Some of them may be old editions of textbooks and/or review copies.

We have divided them into four lots – patent, trade mark, copyright and general IP. They are all listed on eBay, and the auctions close on December 23.

The pictures on eBay show the spines of the books, so you should be able to see the titles and authors. However, if you need any further details, please email me.

Due to the high cost of postage, we are offering to hand deliver them to the successful bidders if they are in central London, or you can come to our office at 69 Carter Lane, London EC4V 5EX, to collect them on December 24.

AMREF is one of our corporate charity partners. It is Africa's leading health development organisation and has been improving health for the continent’s poorest and most vulnerable communities for over 50 years.

Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is the major donor to an AMREF-led Ethiopian clean water and sanitation project in Kechene.

The books are being auctioned from my eBay account and I will pass on the proceeds to AMREF.

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