Tuesday, October 17, 2006

The 271 Blog is in Germany

This week I am in Münich, Germany, meeting with various clients and speaking on numerous issues regarding US patent reform, software patents, and business methods. I had hoped to get some time to post, but unfortunately my schedule has been more hectic than expected (the jet lag is always murder). I'm still hoping to get some posts out this week, but I will see how it goes.

I was also pleased to meet some readers in Münich, and had some some interesting conversations regarding EU/US approaches to patent law. If you're in the Münich area, feel free to e-mail me (contact info is on the right side of the screen) and I'd be happy to meet with you, schedule permitting. I'll also be in Düsseldorf next Monday, and Frankfurt on Tuesday.

It never ceases to amaze me how four simple words ("software should be patentable") can provoke such disparate responses from similar groups of people . . .

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