New pan-European patent system is likely to be delayed "for at least a few more months" 26 Jan 12
Joff Wild A final agreement on the creation of a unitary patent litigation system that would cover at least 25 of the 27 EU member states is set to be delayed by months, according to a report in yesterday’s Financial Times. The cause of the hold-up is the dispute between France, Germany and the UK over where the central court should be located. In the...
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