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Hi guys. Just Couldn't find other posts about this so I'll ask: anyone know if there are any aftermarket straps available anywhere for the Connected 45? I have a couple of legit ones but I'm looking to add to it on a slightly lower budget. Thanks!

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Hello nerds!

In this show, the boys share their thoughts on the first season of Marvel's The Punisher on Netflix, Brian chose to see Justice League over Thor:Ragnarok (and he's not happy about it), they take a closer look at the world of professional wrestling and discuss the finer points of Pruno. #NoTheOtherKind

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Greetings all JS fans!
I am not a dev (I'm a lawyer with a geeky side).
I don't know much about JS, I confess, but I am wondering if I could pick your brains, maybe?
I am wanting to insert a button in a PDF form that does the following:
Generates an email (using the mailto protocol, ideally) which sends to a specified address (this will always be the same one) AND inserts a subject line (which will always be the same) AND will contain body text "In the case of [ClientNameField], please contact the solicitors and book a client conference between [StageOneDateField] and [StageTwoDateField]."
Is that feasible? I swear, I used to be smarter than I am now. I am getting old.
Thanks in advance for any crumbs of advice!
Ben
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Greetings all.
I am not a dev (I'm a lawyer with a geeky side).
I don't know much about JS, I confess, but I am wondering if I could pick your brains, maybe?
I am wanting to insert a button in a PDF form that does the following:
Generates an email (using the mailto protocol, ideally) which sends to a specified address (this will always be the same one) AND inserts a subject line (which will always be the same) AND will contain body text "In the case of [ClientNameField], please contact the solicitors and book a client conference between [StageOneDateField] and [StageTwoDateField]."
Is that feasible? I swear, I used to be smarter than I am now. I am getting old.
Thanks in advance for any crumbs of advice!
Ben

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Hi folks! If I've ever made you smile with podcasts or blogs etc, I'd be really grateful if you'd throw a few quid in my virtual hat for this great charity. It'll force me to go walking in the wind and rain too. So you can laugh at that, no doubt. Cheers plussers!
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Because our government in its wisdom insists in its white paper "The United Kingdom’s exit from, and new partnership with, the European Union" on bringing an end to the jurisdiction in the UK of the Court of Justice of the European Union it is hard to see how there can be a withdrawal agreement between the UK and the remaining member states within the meaning of art 50 (2) of the Treaty of European Union. It seems to me that the British and EU positions on citizens' rights. the Irish border and the honouring of existing financial commitments are incompatible and irreconcilable. Without some agreement on dispute resolution that satisfies EU law, I don't see how we can participate in Euratom, the European Medicines Agency or indeed the Unified Patent Court. That is no doubt why the Brexit Working Group of the Bar Council called dispute resolution a potential deal breaker.
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I have launched my new NIPC Brexit blog with the July Brexit Briefing. Sadly, the main news this month is the relocation of the European Medical Agency and the European Banking Authority from London to one or more cities in the remaining cities. Considering how hard we fought to bring those agencies to London it is all very sad. Even more sad will be the relocation of the Central Division of the Unified Patent Court even if we can somehow remain party to the UPC Agreement. No country would have benefited more from the UPC than ours. Our inventors may still be able to file unitary patents for the remaining states but it's not the same.

However, I have assembled everything I have written about Brexit in this blog together with links to some important source materials. Also, Helen Tse's book on Doing Busines after Brexit to which I have contributed the chapter on IP and data protection will be on the shelves on 18 Aug 2017;
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