Date set for IP bill’s second Commons reading
Westminster Legal Policy Forum: police ask for help over design copying
Amended IP bill passes through House of Lords
CIPA demands late changes to IP bill
Government minister David Willetts is to lead the Intellectual Property Bill through the House of Commons, the UK’s IP minister has announced.
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