Record Circulation for NIPC Law

Jan 2011Jan 2013Jan 2015Jan 2017Jan 2019024K48K72K96K

Jane Lambert

Something remarkable has happened to my NIPC Law blog.  Its readership has soared like a rocket. For the first time ever, it has received more than 100,000 hits in a single month.

This is not entirely unexpected I have tried to publish a short post on something new every day whether a case note on a recent decision, an analysis of a new statute or some other important development.  Although I hope my articles will be useful to specialist lawyers and patent and trade mark attorneys I am aware that not every reader is an IP specialist.  Indeed, many are not lawyers at all.

For non-specialists, I have posted information pages on copyright, patents, registered and unregistered designs, trade marks and so on    These can be accessed from the home page of the NIPC Law blog, clicking on the menu bar in the top left-hand corner (three short lines) and scrolling down. Readers will also notice links to my most recent articles in the "What's New" section, special topics like "Branding", "Brexit" and "FinTech" just below "What's New" and articles of interest to readers in different regions in specialist publications like "IP Yorkshire" and "NIPC Wales."

Wherever you are you on any of my blogs you can return to the home page with the menu bar by clicking the "home" tab at the far left of every menu bar. Simple really, isn't it?  If you want to discuss an article or consult me you can get in touch by filling in the simple contact form. If you are thinking of instructing me you can find out about my skills and experience from by clicking "Profile". You can find out about my services by clicking "Services" and how to instruct me by clicking the "Instructing me" link.

Should you have any questions, you can call me on +44 (0)20 7404 5252 during normal British office hours.

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