Apr 262010
 

In 2001 the World Intellectual Property Organization (aka “WIPO“) thought to declare the 26th of April as World Intellectual Property Day. Oh sure they claim it was ostensibly:

“to further promote the awareness of intellectual property protection, expand the influence of intellectual property protection across the world, urge countries to publicize and popularize intellectual property protection laws and regulations, enhance the public legal awareness of intellectual property rights, encourage invention-innovation activities in various countries and strengthen international exchange in the intellectual property field.”

But all that was really a cover for WIPO’s true intention to make the world celebrate one of the finest intellectual property lawyers ever to walk the Earth: me. Really, why else would they have chosen my birthday as the perfect occasion for their so-called “IP celebration”?

Of course, as long as WIPO continues to be coy about its true intentions, we might as well celebrate some intellectual property today. Thus a perfect host for this week’s Blawg Review was Jeremy Phillips at his IP-focused IPKat blog. Not all the posts he reviews this week are necessarily IP-related ones, but he did kindly include a link to my Blawg Review covering the 300th birthday of the Statute of Anne.

Clearly WIPO’s not the only one who recognizes my awesome IP skillzā€¦

 Posted by at 12:10 pm

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