Podcasts

Podcasting is a great medium for continuing professional development, partly because I don't have to see myself on screen delivering a talk - and the audience doesn't have to see me, at all.The monthly IPso Jure podcasts cover developments in UK patent, trade mark, copyright and design law and related areas and are produced as early in the following month as I can manage. This means that the date of the podcast indicates not when I published it but what month it covers - unlike periodicals which are commonly published in the month before that which appears on the cover. One-off podcasts give more detailed information about particular developments in the field.



Terms and conditions 

There are very few legals. I will process personal data about you only for the purposes of providing you with the material, marking multichoice questions and other matters directly associated with giving you CPD, if that's why I have your personal data, and if somehow we have collected personal data by other means we will do nothing more than inform you of developments in the IP field, including our own products. We won't pass your details to anyone else except your regulator, if they need to see CPD records. We have not notified our data processing activities to the Information Commissioner's Office, because they all come within the core business purposes exception.

I reserve the right not to do business with particular people, at my discretion. I can't imagine why we would want to turn away business, but just in case.

I doubt that you would be regarded as a consumer, but if you are the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 (SI 2000 No 2334) will apply. Full contact details are on this site. I am not registered for VAT. I have described the main characteristics of the service here, on this site, and have given details of the price (including tax). There are no delivery costs.

If you subscribe to a series, there is no minimum duration to the contract, except that you get what you pay for: if you pay for a year, that's the minimum, but you can pay month-by-month if you prefer. As for the right to cancel, you will be deemed to have agreed to my providing the service before the expiry of 7 days after delivery. This means, in effect, that provided I get the statutory information to you at the appropriate time, you really don't have a right to cancel. Don't pay anything unless you are sure you want to.

The materials are provided as is, whatever that means. I use reasonable skill and exercise reasonable care in putting them together: after all, it's my professional knowledge. To get the programmes out in timely fashion, I might not be able to reflect maturely on everything in the programme, and for that reason as well as many others you must understand that it is not legal advice.

These podcasts are directed to practitioners in England and Wales, and possibly elsewhere in the United Kingdom. While we cannot control who downloads them, they are not designed for use elsewhere - although I hope people outside the jurisdiction might still enjoy listening to them.
 

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