Monday, 1 July 2013

Patent litigation survey: can you help?

Lord Justice Jackson
Afro-IP blogger and intellectual property enthusiast Kingsley Egbuonu, who is currently studying for a LLM at City Law School specialising in civil litigation & dispute resolution, has asked us for some help. He writes:
Considering my keen interest in IP, I have chosen my dissertation topic to be based on the impact of the Lord Justice Jackson's Civil Costs Review on IP litigation in England & Wales. 
As the reforms are still fairly recent, I believe that obtaining empirical data from IP practitioners would add tremendous value to my research work. Please assist me by completing the survey and, if you see that there is something that I should be aware of in this particular area of research, please also kindly alert me to it.

This survey is designed to get your views on Lord Justice Jackson's Review of Civil Litigation Costs (the Jackson Reforms) and their relevance to intellectual property litigation in England and Wales. The questions cover the key reforms mostly relevant to the Patents County Court.
Thank you very much for your co-operation and support.
Click the link to enter Kingsley's Jackson Reforms Survey.

Click here for a full set of references to the Jackson Reforms on PatLit

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good luck with this Kingsley!