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IPcopy’s First Birthday!

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birthdayIPcopy is celebrating its first birthday today! Thank you to everyone who has been reading and commenting on the blog and also a big thank you to everyone who has contributed a post or two! The IPcopy team is looking forward to bringing you more IP related stories as we move into our second year and especially looking forward to tracking the progress of the unitary patent system as it moves towards implementation.

Our top blog post in the past year has been the Unitary patent package – Q&A post (the updated version of which is attached).

Our most read post in the last month was one that we put up a while ago – Why Malta could inadvertently block your unitary patent.

And, not counting our original “Hello World!” post, our least read post (show it some love!) is Trade Marks and Companies House.

By a happy coincidence, today is also the day that Keltie is hosting its Macmillan Coffee morning. Cakes all round!


Mark Richardson 26 September 2013


  1. Anonymous says:

    A cake with a view! Happy Birthday!

  2. Hitesh says:

    This blog has a lot of freshness and covers quite interesting topics. I think it will be becoming top 10 IP blog in this year only.

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