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Information about Tenable's unified security monitoring products, including Nessus and Security Center. A review of the latest news and vulnerabilities and interviews with some of the industries finest!
 
Nessun Dorma will take you back to the time when football had smaller shorts, diving headers, pitches covered with sand and Elton Welsby on the TV. Come for the nostalgia, stay for the stories and some analysis as well.Featuring journalist and proper old football lovers Rob Smyth (The Guardian) plus plenty of other 80s & 90s tragics. If you're like us then this is pod for you.
 
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Lee, Rob and Mike chat about 1992-93, the season that United finally threw the 25 year old monkey off their back and hoisted the league trophy. There's also an attempt to make and XI out of the best players who didn't play in either the European Cup or the Champions League. Also, as per, Lee manages to somehow make a lot of United' title win ab ...…
 
We take leisurely ramble through football as experienced throught the cathode ray tube screen. Lee is joined by Scott Murray and Rob Bagchi to talk theme tunes, Saint & Greavsie, the Sky revolution, FA Cup Final day marathons and much more.
 
The tenure of Glenn Hoddle at the helm of the national side is pored over by Lee, Mike Gibbons and Adam Hurrey. Is he in credit or debit after his World Cup 98 showing? Was he a good coach? Why couldn't he fit Le Tissier in? What is the relevance of Kenny G and Where is Eileen Drewery now? All of these questions and more are answered. There's a ...…
 
We take off our shoes and paddle in the genius of the greatest of all time, El Diego. What made him so special and the impact he had on football and for us as viewers lucky enough to see him. There is also a full rundown and rating of those crowned The New Maradona in the past 30 years.
 
It's time to have a chat about the Jack Charlton period as manager of Ireland. We talk long balls, white baseball caps, Liam Brady's magazine based rebellion, Paul McGrath's genius and the many errors of Packie Bonner with Paul Doyle of The Guardian. We also find time to have a squint at the 1989 Ballon D'or list and ask, just who is Robby Lang ...…
 
Watford's transformation for a Fourth Division side with a dog track for a stadium to First Division runners-up under the leadership of Graham Taylor and Elton John is pored over by Lee, Lionel Birnie and Mac Millings. Gerry Armstrong is our Watford related Journeyman Of The Week.
 
Part 2 of our ramble through the British transfer record from Trevor Francis's million pound move to Forest all the way to Shearer's £15m switch to Newcastle and everything in between. This episode takes us from 1990 to Shearer’s world record breaker in 1996. Given the hefty subject it turned into quite a marathon that we have split over two pa ...…
 
Part 1 of our ramble through the British transfer record from Trevor Francis's million pound move to Forest all the way to Shearer's £15m switch to Newcastle and everything in between. This episode takes us from 1979 to 1989 and there's also a pause to consider another Journeyman of the Week: Paul Merson. Given the hefty subject it turned into ...…
 
We discuss the summer of 1996 was quite as glorious as we all remember it with Lee Calvert, Rob Smyth and Mike Gibbons, author of When Football Came Home about Euro 96. There is also a retrospective of some of our favourite manager outburst, featuring Peter Reid, Big Ron, Sitton, Keegan, Jock Wallace and a quite magnificent set-piece marking re ...…
 
We chat the Redknapp and Di Canio West Ham years with Jacob Steinberg, remember the late, great Cyrille Regis and have a long chat about one of our favourite 90s legends, Roberto Baggio
 
A chat about the Liverpool Spice Boys with Rob Smyth and Scott Murray: the players, tactics, stories and whether those bloody white suits caused history to judge them too harshly. There's also another Journeyman Of The Week and we pick some of our favourite festive period matches.
 
We discuss the Howard Wilkinson period at Leeds United with journalist Rob Bagchi and also find time to reflect on another defuncy competition from the 1980s and also a great goal you may not remember
 
A look at whether the career of Dennis Wise is underrated, a luxury selection for the Journeyman Of The Week and a long chat about Everton's greatest season.
 
Daniel Papst [popwerpress] Patent Enforcement Companies – Interview With Daniel Papst – UPC Update – Is There a Trademark Troll? – IPRs Constitutional? – IP Fridays – Episode 92 http://papstlicensing.com/
 
Lee Calvert and Rob Smyth are joined by Adam Hurrey to talk the backpass law, an underrated Arsenal cup win, the great Barry vs Motty debate and to select our first ever Journeyman Of The Week.
 
Lee is joined by Mike Gibbons and Scott Murray to talk about Liverpool under Dalglish (1985-1991) and we also hav a chat about some of our favourite defunct competition; not least of all the legendary Soccer Six.
 
Larry Horn Patent Pools – Interview with Larry Horn – UK Close to UPC Ratification – EPO Guidelines – Episode 91 – IP Fridays MPEG LA http://www.mpegla.com/main/default.aspx
 
Lee is joined by Mike Gibbons and Luton's own Carrie Dunn to talk about the Hatters' great 1987-88 season, plus a look back at England's last International Trophy: Le Tournoi De France 1997.
 
Lee and Rob consider those players who looked great on the biggest stage and then were not so much afterwards before having a chat about two games that were pivotal for different reasons; one for from Serie A in 1991, the other at Stamford Bridge in 1999.
 
Ted Davis Review of US Trademark Caselaw – Interview with Ted Davis – EPO DOCX Document Filing – UPC Update – US Online File Within Patentscope – IP Fridays – Episode 90 Ted Davis Profile http://www.kilpatricktownsend.com/en/Who_We_Are/Professionals/D/DavisJrTheodoreH91.aspx
 
Lee, Rob & Gary have a chat about Denmark's miracle win in 1992. Why did Michael Laudrup leave the squad? Were they really all on holiday beforehand? And what exactly was the CIS? There's also some interesting players you may never have heard of and some memories of the old Wembley, including Gazza and an unrelated urine-soaked flag…
 
Lee is joined by Rob Smyth and Mike Gibbons discuss Alex Ferguson's difficult first period at United. We also have a look at the 1996 PFA Team of the Year with some levels of astonishment and consider just how exactly Neil Ruddock, among others, was given an international cap.
 
Gudrun Littmann-Hilmer How to Search for IP Rights – Interview with Gudrun Littmann-Hilmer – New Patent Litigation Strategy in the US – New EPO President – IP Fridays – Episode 89 Gudrun’s Profile http://www.lhip-research.com/company.html
 
Welcome to Nessun Dorma, Episode 1. Lee Calvert, Gary Naylor and Rob Smyth chat football jeopardy, big headers, Kevin Sheedy and revel in the best (and worst ) bits of Italia 90 from the characters to the memorable goals via Gazza and Thomas Skuhravy
 
Dr. Martin Quodbach German Employees Inventions Act – Interview with Martin Quodbach – EU Brexit Wishes – Changes to the EUTM Procedure – IP Fridays – Episode 87 Martin’s Profile: http://www.cbh.de/Anwaelte/Geistiges-Eigentum-Medien/Dr.-Martin-Quodbach-LL.M
 
Gabriella Ziccarelli Emoji Law With Gabriella Ziccarelli – Is Google a Generic Term? – Unitary Patent Guide – Episode 86 – IP Fridays Profile of Gariella https://www.blankrome.com/index.cfm?contentID=10&bioID=3371
 
Scott Rothenberger Interview with Scott Rothenberger – Patent Enablement, Indefiniteness, Written Description – USPTO Patent Eligible Subject Matter – European Inventor Award – IP Fridays – Episode 84
 
Johannes Buzasi Brand Creation – Interview With Johannes Buzasi – McCartney Settles With Sony – EPO Quality Report – UK Ratifies UPC Agreement – IP Fridays – Episode 83 Article about Johannes Buzasi @ fischer appelt: https://www.fischerappelt.de/blog/johannes-buzasi-vom-trainee-zum-geschaftsfuhrer/
 
Image Based Trademark Search – Interview with Cameron Mitchell – Screetching Halt for UPC – FRAND License Fees Fixed – Slants Case Decided by US Supreme Court – IP Fridays – Episode 82 Interested in the GRUR Annual Meeting with a discussion of FRAND license fees? The official program will be available next week at [...]…
 
Insight Into Litigation Before the UPC – Interview With Dr. Christof Augenstein – Controversial Patents on Beer – Inventors Hall of Fame – Important Decision of the EPO – Episode 79 – IP Fridays Profile of Dr. Christof Augenstein https://www.katheraugenstein.com/wer-wir-sind/dr-christof-augenstein/
 
Interview with Jeannie Hill – SEO For Brand Owners – UPC Delayed – Important FCJ Decision Regarding Nullity Actions – 1000 Subscribers On My YouTube Channel!!! – Episode 78 – IP Fridays Rolf Claessen’s Youtube Channel http://youtube.com/rolfclaessen Jeannie Hill https://www.hillwebcreations.com/
 
Interview with François Larose – New French Language Requirements in Canada For Trademark Owners – World IP Day Coming Up – Episode 77 – IP Fridays Link to François Larose: http://www.bereskinparr.com/People/Francois-Larose Two links to more information about World IP Day https://www.google.com/maps/d/view?hl=en&authuser=0&mid=1ggE1S0BIWTYMOyaO ...…
 
Interview with Judge Dr. Klaus Grabinski of the Federal Court of Justice in Germany About the UPC, the Role of the UK, Double Patenting, Costs, Opting-Out – Amazon Echo Conversation Protected by the First Amendment? – IP Fridays – Episode 74
 
Software Patents and Patent Eligibility – Interview With Gene Quinn the IP Watchdog – Cannabis Trademark Issues – EPO G1/15 Enlarged Boards of Appeal – IP Fridays – Episode 73 See the website of Gene Quinn http://www.ipwatchdog.com
 
Ken and Rolf Chat About Their Interests and Goals for 2017 – Episode 70 – IP Fridays Here are the links that we mentioned: http://www.natlawreview.com/article/2016-social-media-facts-and-figures-infographic http://www.govtech.com/social/Law-Enforcement-Agencies-Spend-Millions-on-Social-Media-Monitoring.html https://www.tmdn.org/enforcementdb-ui ...…
 
Interview with Isabelle Bissey Pierre – Enforcement of IP Rights in China From a Corporate Perspective – Change in Web Site “Takedown” Notices – No 3D Mark For Rubik’s Cube? Episode 69 – IP Fridays Linkedin Profile of Isabelle Bissey Pierre as mentioned in the interview: https://www.linkedin.com/in/isabellebissey…
 
Interview With Nehal Madhani – IP Portfolio Management – UK Ratifies the UPC Agreement and Joins the Unitary Patent System Despite BREXIT – Episode 68 – IP Fridays More Info on Nehal: http://www.nehal.co/
 
Interview with Ron Alvarez – Counterfeit Goods and Organized Crime – How Patents Support the Economy – Amazon Drone Finds Your Car – Episode 66 – IP Fridays https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-alvarez-29b885121
 
Privacy, Securty, Hacking – Interview With Jason Bernstein – Trademark Renewal Scammers Go To Jail – IP Fridays – Episode 65 Profile of Jason Bernstein at http://www.btlaw.com/jason-a-bernstein/?nbioID=a118645e-43d7-4c4f-b476-e8ce2b2bb9b6&ajax=no
 
Trademark Enforcement and Preliminary Injunctions in Germany and Europe – Interview with Nils Weber – Beer Name Shortage in the US – the NL Ratify the UPC Agreement – Episode 64 – IP Fridays Contact Nils Weber here: http://www.jonas-lawyers.com/rechtsanwalt2.php?lang=de&seiten_menu=1&id=63
 
Today we have an interview with Ron Coleman about the Slants Case – Redskins and Slants push the case to the Supreme Court. Also, Michele K. Lee has the latest numbers and activity report of the USPTO (http://www.uspto.gov/about-us/news-updates/statement-michelle-k-lee-house-committee-judiciary). Find more info on Ron Coleman here: http://www.a ...…
 
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