Thursday, 15 July 2010

PatLit: tell us what you think

PatLit has been running for a little over two years now. During this time it has focused fairly firmly on patent dispute resolution issues. At the time of writing this article, the weblog has 554 email subscribers, a Google PageRank of 5 and a bank of over 260 searchable articles. Over 35,000 site visits have been made, from readers in more than 90 countries.

Several readers have asked why the blog concentrates specifically on patents. This is historical: the blog was launched as a means of raising awareness of the need for patent litigation reform in the UK and Europe (long-term readers will recall the Burdon Plan), but it has gradually expanded its coverage and happily brings news and developments from anywhere that patent disputes arise.

At the top of the PatLit side bar you will find a poll, through which we seek to obtain readers' views as to what they'd like the blog to contain. Please click your preference: every vote counts!

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