Monday, March 21, 2011

A new type of legal dictionary

For all those intellectual property buffs, heads-up for a new dictionary on the topic by solicitor and author Peter Groves which you can buy on amazon here.. Two reviews suggest that this is an entertaining legal dictionary with a difference:

'The IP lawyer's answer to Samuel Johnson' (Melorie Chilton, media lawyer).

‘Do not be put off by the word “dictionary”. This is a fascinating, witty and erudite little volume, packed with interesting and useful information on the whole gamut of intellectual property. It leaves one (this one anyway) hungering for more and wanting to delve more deeply into fields that have nothing to do with earning one’s daily bread.’– Tony McStea, Senior Patent Attorney, Global Patents, Givaudan Schweiz AG

2 comments:

preschool said...

Don't know if the book interests me, however, your puppy is cute

preschool said...

Don't know if the book is of interest to me, however, your puppy is fetching.