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IP law blog reviews

Bob Ambrogi has a nice summary and review of IP law blogs at Law Office Technology (registration required).

I’m of course partial towards the IP Litigation Blog, recently launched by lexBlog customer Philip Mann. Phil is a contingency fee patent trial lawyer who left a general patent law firm which was unwilling to help innovative clients by taking their cases on a contingency fee basis. Phil is marketing his practice solely by word of mouth, referrals and his new blog.

Bob nails the significance of lawyer blogs:

For lawyers in many fields, blogs are becoming the new “pocket part.” With their immediacy and focus, they provide up-to-the-minute news and analysis of judicial, legislative and regulatory developments. More than in any other area of law, this is the case for intellectual property. Dozens of blogs now track developments in patent, trademark and copyright law. Written by practicing lawyers, full-time academics and even non-lawyers, they discuss events virtually as they happen, often adding their unique perspective and analysis.

Nice job Bob.

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