17 Burst results for "Much"
"much" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"I want to say that was more secure. Because it's like right through your bank your bank establishment. So i wanna say it's more secure and you can Dispute it like if you send someone who money you can dispute what your bank and they'll give it back to you. Cash ed much. Why is cash up so then why nobody saying well say well like you said it's more quicker you hear you hear a lot of people. Don't have bank accounts. I don't know do you need. You could just have new the bank account you could shop account for prepaid account i prepaid card or something you can just switch to was. I don't know if you have. Somebody helped me here. Yeah how does that work with cash at do you. So obviously there's some folks running around here for whatever reason without a bank account right if you don't have a big i can't use l. You cannot if you don't have a bank account you can use cash out cash card so you get the cash card and you put the money on the card. Yeah is that we use so think ridiculous. Explain the popularity of see what's going on with cash. Type is some cash horror stories. If you don't mind so that so that so that kind of answers. My question in cash is more for user friendly to folks that have challenges with bank accounts or having a bank account is people without a bank ago without bank accounts that some can't get it because you know the had it before. They messed that when he thinks. Oh one bank too much. They put a they blacklist. It put a flat right now. If you listen if you are here working and there's money's being transferred and you have a job and you don't have a basic bank account You a loser. You are your lose if you're working every day and you don't have bank now..
"much" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"Covers from all the stress of the day whether it's mental stress muscial stress physical stress right dietary stress. Whatever it may be and so by analyzing data. You actually start to get better insights about how you can do healthier things during debt and what things really work for you and what other things don't know i think that's actually accurate And you can just tweak tweak until when it gives it basically it so there's so much data there and it's also very easy to understand you know i mean the it's very user friendly right like so you don't have to be tech genius so to speak right to kind of figure out what what kind of what the information is so. You can integrate in apply and by the way this is not a commercial for you. I really do believe this. 'cause like i said i use so of these devices just out of curiosity and i've been wearing this for months longer than any other women wherever work so earn appreciate that and you know. Luckily you know for comey wise. We've we've just found out today. The case like sony people. Just tell us that like. This is the longest. I've actually ever kept the wearable. It's something that you know..
"much" Discussed on Journey to Wherever
"In pain live sent to do that. And then you go on high console for you. What do you need. Well when these stunt all right let me give you a proposal. All right up a thing for you and i'll tell you what i can do. Yeah then they go and get the envoy the quite intellect. What three thousand dollars a day. Yeah three thousand dollars now. Oh yeah what what what. What is painful then you go and get somebody else. Yeah and then they realize threes down the stuff's not working. It's like so. Which one did you consultant. You pick that company. That's that experience it. So they have experiencing these industry before now option with someone and they had. Some klein told it was the same now competitive. Yeah awesome. i've got all these problems. You go to fix the how much that calls you. Long-term yeah yeah right. Yeah and then. The stupidest thing is is when you go to call another consulting and they're like who's a competitive one again and they just laugh you just like just get on my face. It's one of those things like again. Knowing where you are your financial aspect to the to the person that you're trying to get the service from its it's all those things but ultimately time he's probably the biggest one. Yeah tommy's because if you spend that much time in industry you bound to see maybe not everything but way more you are and there are some people that are pretenders. they'll get out and they'll convince themselves at the super experienced and they might get a few dozen clients at the start but then eventually it fizzles out because they really don't have the experience. Yeah so you can to certain degree but there are just some people that literally on a dime. You've need a problem solved. you need an almond fixed enid. A frigging home. The wall diagnosed. Or you're not doing something and you pull up and you ask the question you going there like how many times everyone's in the you pull up and you're gonna have to explain to him. This happened and this happened. this happened. This happened and they get in there. And they just like very bluntly i it's it's this and you go go frigging palma leg war surely fixing like fix it in my comeback into now whatever. He is often enough in your daily wrong. Aren't about you but you'd still sucks pain. Three four five hundred dollars for a specialist but it doesn't sting as much when it's like that it it's like okay so sordid there the the holes being patched all the the frigging my knees fixed or whatever you know it's like and i think you see. I can't stress that enough econ and i get again..
"much" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To the vitamins, So, yeah, so there's a variety of them out there now, So there's the time release capsules. There's the okay I do gummies. But yes, there's lots of different formulation. What about those? You hear those stories that people have said they think they have weirder dreams when they take it. Um, you know, perhaps. Okay. You know, I think of a little bit more vivid dreams. Like if you're having really vivid dreams, check in and see how many b vitamins you're taking in a day. Okay, Because what I was finding over the years there was a period of time when emergency that drink pack. Yes, um, was really popular, and people were sometimes a little bit over doing it, okay? And you, you talk and somehow in the conversation had come out that. Wow, I'm having these really vivid or crazy dreams and I check And I'd say Well, how much? How many B vitamins. Are you taking? Care? How much emergency are you all day? The emergency, right? Exactly. That's maybe back off a little bit of that, right? Um, And so, you know, just kind of looking and seeing, you know, even other things that you're taking, okay? So it can be an okay aid in that falling asleep peers but not always staying asleep. And so if that's if there's other things that help us really stay asleep, Okay, um So other things to be thinking about our you know, magnesium. We talk all right, talk to with a lot of people about calcium, magnesium. We use a liquid in our practice because for the populations that we help, and just in general liquids are Absorbed or can be absorbed. Better, right? And so, um, magnesium when you take it helps everything. Relax, okay? And so particularly if you this also is very good if you're having restless legs at night, um, that can be really helpful or leg cramp, right? You know, Magnesium is all helpful for those sorts of things. And this is another thing that you want to make sure you're not over doing so Just make sure you read the dosage. Right? Right. Follow what's on the bottle, and it's kind of the safest bet. Otherwise talk with you. Provider. If you're taking too much magnesium, you will notice that your stools are looser. Gotcha. It's not necessarily doing harm, I guess unless you're doing it for a really over a period of time. But it just means that that's too much magnesium for your body, and I just back off a little bit. Okay? Um, There's other things too. You know, even in the evenings, we hear things like, you know, you see on some of those You know, older old time movies are not necessarily see it now where they used to have tea before bed. Yes, you know, Cam, a meal to your camel and lavender tea..
"much" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast
"We have to start doing more than what we're doing because otherwise i don't really see that things are gonna get much better. Unfortunately and maybe. That's maybe because i spend so much time around people who are feeling that way. It definitely affects more for dishes. Because i see but it's like come on. I mean you think anybody who can take a look at trends and take a look at systems can see. That's that's what's going on. And if we want to get better we have to make some huge radical shifts away from money away from the short term gains and towards the longer term like stability. What does stability actually look like. And how do we get there. And i mean it's not it's not. It's not a utopian fantasy concert countries that do it every day and like we have examples across the world of how things could be better and we just choose not to do that. It's a it's a. it's deliberate effort to just devalues human life. You know that the like you said about about business leaders is that what. What good is it to them. Housing homeless people. You know what they're like. What benefit we get out of that. But that if people like you and i you know we continue to remind people that there's a bigger cycle that there's a bigger way to see this and and really knock on the door of other people's humanity is like what would you say if you saw your neighbor like this. What would you say if you saw a close relative treated like this And you know there's There's there's something to that. I think in terms of understanding why red states spend so little on on those on those kind of things But they get as a negative. That's that's they look like. So much of what could is done in government at least from what i've seen on a local level. Is it so much more about perception like our people being. Are we telling the narrative that we're helping people. Yeah but like are the things that we're doing actually helping people not as much as we could be. And i say this living in a county air living in accounting and then working in the county next to it the trot like where we try. You know. we're at least try. And we're at least spending the money and the taxpayers are willing to do it but in those other places where that's not i mean i bet there's plenty of people that would love to help if they knew that it would work but they don't have they don't have people on their side. They don't have people helping them convince them to say. Hey look this might cost you a little money or like your property tax might go up a little bit but look at what's going to be done with it like you. You're frustrated at how your community is feeling the fact that people are leaving and the fact that all this stuff is drying up. We'll here's a way to do something you know and it's not always perfect but it's better than you know it's better than doing nothing but i feel like that's the problem too is that we get to that point where we say. Oh it's better than nothing but that's the bear fucking minimum. That's not what we should be saying..
"much" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
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"much" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
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"much" Discussed on The Love Is Podcast
"You not what. Okay bye go to you. That's perfectly fine. I know what i have to offer. I know what i have to give. I know everything that i m so that is fine and i had to allow him to see that to know. Like i'm not gonna beg you. I'm gonna beg you to act. Ri- i'm not going. I don't have the energy for any of that so we just gone which is going to do what we do you go do you go here. That's that's fine. And when he set down to actually thought about it and realized that that's when you say you know what you right. It ain't me and he seek therapy and got his together on his own. But i was not going to put any energy into trying to figure out what i did or any of that because i know it wasn't me so i didn't i think a lot of times. We have to just go in to the situation not expecting for it to be perfect not expecting for it to look like what everybody else relationship look like and we have to make our relationship and if it doesn't work we have to just accept that and move on i the down. They gotta shit like honestly like for the whole summation the conversation is that we have to stop seeking perfection. And i think we have spent so much time Especially you know. My i would say millennials and gen z. Ears of them are getting a lot of their relationship info from social media and is not the best you know. Not the worst is because they're not going to go ahead the lessons. But you're getting you're getting really crappy information because you know you're gonna have sometimes like you say from the woman who hasn't come out of the anger stage and you sometimes get you know the man who equally hasn't come out the bitter stage or he's still you know trying to evolve in figure out who he is and so in the search for perfection really not getting anywhere.
"much" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Break. I haven't heard the whole story. But i remember. He had. I mean he was hunger where he's origin is yeah has his born hungary and he was like he was getting coffee and sweeping floors and doing whatever and in radio station guy was a little drunken. He couldn't go on the show and he was like and he called the producer called. The people to run into station was like amy. Drop the go on. He was like well. Let me call somebody else. He got call these other people and get them on. The show will the to be able to cover the show he said. I didn't call anybody. I call my mom. And i called my wife called everybody's like hey about the go live yours truly but it's already estate. And he was and he went on less brown of lavin and he went on his own little pitch and off when he registry and arrested he took off all need. All he needed was a microphone. All news opportunity but he put in a work when no one was paying attention. No one knew who he was. But he already had his pitch. He had everything he had his opening and he knew exactly what he was doing. New said he they turned up on and he he took off from there. I love it. I love that because what daddy is. That's initiative yes. Something in a lot of people don't don't don't don't have don't have initiative but a lot of people in his situation. They're not like you and they wouldn't they would said oh man. Yeah i'm scared. I'm never and we're gonna get somebody but people like us we jump right in. Maybe we don't give them a chance to say no. That's that's the way i am like. I'm a i'm a. I told i told my little brother. He wanted to do a some something to music and he had. He had some money at a bunch of money. He's willing to put their money behind this music dream and i said let me tell you man. Would you should spend this much money or whatever else you spend as much money as you think you have to spend to get your music to where you want it to be and when if it don't happen don't look back and regret. Do not.
"much" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast
"Yeah maybe forgiveness a selfish. I wouldn't say selfish itself self providing not selfish. 'cause selfish is something you do. That precludes other people at their expense. Like it doesn't do that. I mean unless you're forgiving someone and not telling them then only you benefit from that forgiveness and that's also assuming that they care or know that that's the dynamic because they think are certain situations where you harbor resentment or anger of something. They have no idea where they don't even. Yeah they don't think about it anymore. It's you know it's not present in their life the way it's president in your life and it is selfish in a sense that it is about yourself but itself lists in the sense that it releases you to be more present and fully there for your life in the moment and the people around you in the moment as opposed so it's actually very selfless because when you when you're have this inability to forgive and hang onto resentment you spill that bitterness around you in excessive degrees. That's a good point. I agree that is completely agree campus. And i'm going to ask the Head i was just saying forgiveness is not selfish selfish. It's not selfish selfish is. It's the opposite selfish because you're trying to be bigger training like grant something and i wanted. Send us up. Cbs after traveller. Who i don't know if he was here like the rest of the listeners. Like is there someone. You're trying to forgive a difficult and to my to co host. Is there someone in your life. You guys are trying to forgive and you finding it difficult or are you. Are you wanting forgiveness from someone else. i'm sure i come up with some is that do i need to name names. We'll just just you can talk about it. A little say just being. I would say just being human. You're going to have both of those things in your life. You're going to have moments where you acted inappropriately or hurt other people and carry regret over that and desire forgiveness for actions whether premeditated or not. And then there's gonna be. This is like the standard stuff of being human. And then there's going to be people in your life that you harbor resentment for for what they've done to you or made happen to you that has stuck around or you know spent too much time in your life at different points in. Yeah everyone i think. Everyone's dealing with that stuff to their own personal degrees. I agree i agree i. It's funny 'cause there's some things that i've done. Where i i don't. I'm not seeking forgiveness. 'cause i don't think i deserve forgiveness but i just wish that i could do something to to make that person or the like to do something for that person Take take away the her. But i don't want like the forgiveness. Is that mckinney sense. That yeah is that have to do with like you recognize. You're in the wrong so there's no. Yeah there's no need there's no really need to. You don't want to say like it's not saying that this is right or i was writer. You know you are seeing. What i did is not having being wrong right. So what you. That's the thing like. I have a lot of sympathy for that. Because it's like an empathy. It's like you can do something wrong..
"much" Discussed on no cap
"I am not too aggressive. Pda yeah like. I really appreciate like people talk about love languages. You know. I really appreciate like physical touch like hand holding like hugs that kind of reassurance but pd a. I just think it shows kind of codependence The i feel like is super healthy. Like i want to always make sure that i can be person can also be in the relationship and that means like having times where were alone together but it also means like when we go out into the world Were able to interact with other people like we would if we were just. Aren't normal person tightening when you bring that like pa into school and like the classroom. Especially i feel like that's just crossing a line where then like you're unable to kind of like detach yourself from your relationship enough for even a short amount of time to like put effort towards other areas of your life which i feel like indicates looking unhealthy boundary bray. I agree kip. Be your own person. I feel like yeah But yeah i agree. Because i've seen a lot of school and i'm lifting. Maintaining identity is really important in general like. I think that he's gotten a little into snowboarding and getting some swimming lessons some because i was a swimmer. And so we like appreciate the hobbies of the other person. But i think it's really important to maintain your own friend groups your own like activities just like yourself as a person and not get like totally lost in a relationship. Yeah have you like ever felt like you're spending too much time together or has it been hard to. I guess balance everything the time with your friends at home by yourself time with him.
"much" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"We learn a lot from it. But i feel like it's hard to fight for something like that to keep going. Sometimes when you see the monetary value but like you said i believe there's members who joined the gym or remain in the mora telling their friends about jim. Someone meant mentioned something about a mental health. 'cause like my gym did this and raised that much money and i guess that's because we did that and maybe they weren't in the event but by being a customer here in part of the story there also on the court with us fighting upstairs and running this courses for people.
"much" Discussed on Discomfortable
"Need to be expressed. There's there's some really wants to come out in the more that we fight it the more we push down the more kinda shadow energy we give it the more. We try to push something away from us. The more you're kind of stretching the bond stretching the rubber between you and the spanish part of you and it becomes this really tense torsion that can kind of rip you apart. So that's the more we repress the more power. we're actually giving to the thing that we're repressing. And the the west control having over it in the The ability we are developing to have a conversation with its part of us So i think that's exactly right and there's this relief that i feel when i'm finally able to own something that i wasn't able to own and say that it's okay not not that i necessarily want to submit to it or lean into it but that it's okay that it's there or that that it exists. There's just like this like deep relief. Like oh i don't have to be on guard all the time about that thing. I don't have to constantly be hiding it avoiding it running from it pretending like it doesn't exist doing the opposite like all of these strategies so liberating i think we. We waste a lot of energy away from ourselves. Oh yeah so much energy so much bandwidth in my brain over the years. I have spent trying to manage things that would have been more easily managed through just kind of like honest awareness and end transparency. Right right exactly. And that's that's an important dynamic here. It's kind of a universal thing because you can apply this idea to all kinds of different patterns realms of humanity's -ociety but you can spend so much energy trying to deny something or try to make it so this thing doesn't exist that something that you don't want to be around it just trying to keep it under a box were behind it or something you can spend so much energy and if he would actually just let it out and say hey. We don't get a one. Or i know that we haven't been on the best of terms. But what's what's negotiate. Let's find some way for us to get on. You can see that applied in all kinds of ways you can see in society is like we try to deny it or in parts of our society and say you don't belong you you you can't exist go away and it doesn't. You're wasting so much energy doing that. The enforcement of like this say this group of people they don't belong here get out like they just can't exist. You're spending so much energy doing that when you could actually just say you know what you're part of us what's developed a good relationship what's communicate in. That would be so much easier to do that. And it's definitely true for yourself. The different parts of your being you could spend so much energy trying to encapsulate all your shadow contents all your shame. All your trauma just put a little box hide it..
"much" Discussed on IP Fridays - your intellectual property podcast about trademarks, patents, designs and much more
"much" Discussed on IP Fridays - your intellectual property podcast about trademarks, patents, designs and much more
"In the uk. We need an address in the uk. Right i think on on on on patents european patents you have a uk designation take effect automatically in the uk. And that's been the case for some time and so since translation requirements were waved a few years ago. There's no actual violate validation. Step once address for rules change on the first january that remains true. It's not necessarily to supply a uk address for service for it for the european patent the european to take effect nor is it necessary for renewal however you will need supply. Uk justice service if you want to do anything else in relation to the patent so if you want to make an amendment gretchen stopped proceedings etc. Then you will need. The address for service said there is guidance available. Any questions or concerns to i. Paul is to look at the garden website but then if anything other question that police do do ost he hasn't i. I guess the safest bet would be to heaven address for service in the uk or give you an address for service. Uk in just in case for example would be attacked by revocation proceedings. So so someone would be notified right. Okay thank you very much. It is very hopefully the answer. One more question regarding patents and the german parliament Finally voted again on the topic of the unified patent court and germany is now expected to ratify agreements. Who won the. Upc agreement Do you think it would be possible for the uk to stay in the ups's system that would obviously be very good advantage for the applicants of european patents. And if yes how do you think that would be possibly the worst in terms the upn upc and again. That's been a big year for that this this year But you did has made the statement earlier this year saying that he's not seeking to have involvement in the up or upc system Going forward your participation. The court doesn't mean the various aspects of avilla law apply and would need to be bound by the way you and that's not consistent with the names of becoming independent self governing nations so We're not. We are not looking to take part in the up upc And in terms of how that will develop going forward that will be for the remaining members off of the upc to decide how that goes forward so okay. That's the that's quite clear on how that's working for for the foreseeable future. And i would guess that that will also cover the seat of the upc. One of the three seats in london would stay there or would that be given up. I mean regarding the future location of that seat. I mean that is a matter for remaining states to decide. Obviously we've been involved in in setting up the the in london but given the uk will no longer be part of of the up up system. The other member states needs to decide what's going to happen with with that seat of the court going forward. It's not something. I would love to travel to the uk to london for the proceedings. So i would love to seep to to stay in london. But i don't know as a good reason to come to london so we're leaving new. You still have strong ties with end is really important relationships for so yup we look forward to seeing you the uk. That won't change. Thank you so much so. I have another various pacific question that i was asked before this interview. So let us assume the following next year one of our clients to oppose a trademark in the uk based on an earlier european trademark which has spawned trademark by first of january and then the question would be where the use of the earlier trademark for example in germany. The earlier you might be sufficient for proof of us In these opposition proceedings or is it necessary for the newly created opposing. Uk trademark to have been used in uk by them. Now you're get into the real technical details for me. So i'm grateful. I've got a fantastic team of people that You know this detail because If it was left to me that would be much harder I think it's a really important question. and you setting considering any sort of a before the first of january though things will be taken to account so you know the the five year periods for Looking at sort of use and things that any period before the first of january twenty one in europe would be taken into account so your example in germany. If you appeared at that time it's been used in germany. That could be used as part of proof of of use of trademark. After the first of january things will be different so as long as that. Five year period has an ultimate before the first of january. Then things will be taken into account going with. That's something that people need to think around and coming to effect but it is very generous. Thank you so much for that information very helpful in the very generous solution grateful for that so to make it make it make the system work for everybody and i think that's that's important and ultimately saying look. The system is is fundamental to the way all our economies work and making sure that that carries on is is really kate. The uk has a great system will continue to have a great system. I'm just some of the relationships change and we want to make that transition as smooth as possible for everybody. I'm sure there will be certain things. That unforeseen circumstances that may crop up but said the aim is to to make things work for customers to ensure that business and trademarks.
"much" Discussed on IP Fridays - your intellectual property podcast about trademarks, patents, designs and much more
"Twenty twenty one then this year. Today's interview is tim. Moss the ceo of the uk intellectual property office and we will talk about brexit. And what that means for owners of patents trademarks and designs. Tim has been a guest of this podcast earlier in episode hundred nine earlier this year and we already had talked about all the most important rules that will change in all the things that will change when the uk finally departs the eu. And today we talk about all the things that developed since then the world intellectual property office wipro in switzerland has published there would intellectual property indicators report and in this report they always every year state how many applications and trademark application and so on our hiatt so the number of Applications decreased slightly from two thousand eighteen. There were three million three hundred twenty five thousand four hundred foot. Hadn't applications filed worldwide and in two thousand nineteen. That number was three million. Two hundred twenty four thousand two hundred so minus off three percent and but in contrast to that the trademark registrations at Applications rose by about six percent in the number of designs that have been fired. Increased slightly by one point three percent most notably that china's china's ip office has received one point four million patent applications in two thousand nineteen more than twice the amount received by authorities in the second busiest country namely the us with six hundred twenty one thousand patent applications also canada and the european patent office agreed to enter into a patent prosecution highway agreement that means the resides of one of his in examination will be accepted by the other office in simple words so if a patent in canada has been granted and then is fired before the european patent office. It can be easily granted there if you invoke the patent prosecution highway agreement end the other way around now. Let's jump into the interview with tim. Mosley c of the uk intellectual property. Office where come to today's episode of p friday's today's interview. Is tim moss. If you don't know who tim is. Tim is the chief executive officer and controller general of the uk's intellectual property office and he's responsible for advising ministers on all ip policy matters for the operation of the whole office and he was also already guest on our show every fridays in january in episode. One hundred nine. Thank you for being back tim. Thank you ralph. Delighted to be back and great to talk again. And it's an awful lot has happened since we spoke last so it's been quite a year and sydney ear an awful lot going on and a big impact on the world of ip. So great to be here again. Yes thank you so much. I'm very grateful that you took the time. It must be very busy at the moment for you. it is. It is very busy and it's been a dramatic year but yeah incredibly. Busy offices is working flat out and in particular in the truck area where we're seeing record volumes. We saw slight dip in the. It's not the pandemic but since then it's achieve trademarks of volume gone through the roof. We were. we're actually at twenty five percent above forecast and forty six percent above where we were last year and a lot of that innovation and new people did people doing new businesses new business models lot more online business and people looking to register trademarks and as we get close to the thirty first of december people preparing for the big change at the transition period for the uk. Leaving the thank you. So much for this Quick update already. That's very impressive. So we last talked already mentioned that a lot of lot has changed in has been a very busy year. Do you know what what would be the most important changes that happened in the ip word with regard to uk and especially brexit. Well i think you know The end of the transition period is is seeing that the the huge change for the uk and the peo- especially all the brexit related issues. And i think the most important thing for two message get out to your listeners is already and we are prepared for the transition and the fact that the will of ip in the uk does change it Some bit stay the same. So largely patents as stay the same most copyright things remain the same to although there's one or two cross-border mechanisms that that do change at the transition but by phone away the biggest changes around trademarks and and community designs where the system ceases to cover the uk on the thirty first december. And at that point we'll have a very busy new year just creating well over two million rights for the first of january. I don't think the really important thing for listeners is the rights secure both military point of view and all the operational elements that are trained to make sure that happens and it will happen automatically at no cost and so on the first of january. Anyone that has a european trademark reds community design we'll have to to trademarks and to register community designs one covering the twenty seven member states and one covering the uk and so that will be happening but a huge change sitting. We'll have a lot of people working very hard over the new year slightly different for them. They won't be parting that we working hard to make sure this happened smoothly for everybody but That's the most important thing for everyone to to to be aware of and say look that's the that's the big change. Lots of work. Yes yes we already know the numbers. It's really kind of you to have a very convenient numbering scheme so we already have all the new designs and trade mexican in system here in our law firm right what we wanted to try and make it as simple for people as possible as said automatic no cost simple numbering system. Make it easy for people to to cope with the change. The happening one or two other things that have developed through the years since we last spoke. I'm probably one of the. The import ones is around. Uk address for service where we we've published in business guidance and that followed a response to a call for views we had earlier in the year And basically from the first of january once the legislation is going through only an address specific in the uk which also includes the manageable to channel. Nine's will be accepted for new applications and you request not Proceedings at the the ipo. So big change but something that people really needs to be aware of and that applies across all rights you know patents trademarks and designs. Yeah there's there's one question i have for that. Typically we validate the patents that european patents and then we just right to the uk ipo. Here we are the representatives of the uk. Right he's register's address for service. Dead will no longer be possible. So validation of patents needs to have the representative validating the patent.
"much" Discussed on Food for Thought
"Many start stopped to consider how much we're drinking and in lots of cases it can be more than we realize. . It can often be that trip to the doctor that forces you to really think about how much you consuming we come week for some. . This might just be the realization that you're actually drinking in excess with a reliance on alcohol that you didn't even know really existed. . This week's food for thought, , sees myself a mental health, , `Nice Mark Himes who specializes in substance misuse delve into alcohol and addiction to explore how it can change us and what we can do to prevent this from happening. . Had No mark aloke morning good morning we are recording this at the feels like the crack of dawn to me to be on mark but. . The conversation we're about to have. . Probably some people would associate. . She thinks star typically with the evening habits but actually for some, , it could be all day long. . So we know that the health implications of drinking alcohol. . A pretty strong. . Would it be better for us all on a whole if we were just Tito till Question and we. . If we look at it if alcohol yet, , another alcohol is a highly. . Kelsey GENYK. . alcon council, , another is linked to sixty different medical conditions. . There's always balances while about being humid and looking into experiences were social creatures and some people alcohol plays a really important part in. . So <hes> in a in a way alcohol. . Can just talk modern personal life is the I wouldn't have met my wife I. . We probably wouldn't have had my three children without the aid of alcohol. . Out The hourly sheet is hume is very complex. . We we've been probably doing it from from Vive Aleutians. . <hes>. . So it's actually say we'll get rid of this substance <hes> <hes>. . Then that's that's that's not going to happen <hes> and he's supposed to be aware over that. . Really is the people that we should ban it. . You know if alcohol was new substances coming out, , would bonnet that that's pretty true by actually <hes> hasn't we've grown up around it. . You know the way that we process alcohol. . Way With evolved. . Because we've been living side by side with it. . And you know throughout I'll. . Recycle. .