Patents in Europe 2018/19: Helping business compete in the global economy

Patent prosecution, management and enforcement in Europe; includes country-by-country guides to litigation.

Introduction

Quality patents, better timeliness

European Patent Office


Benoît Battistelli

Europe focus

The need-to-know facts about patent term extensions in Europe

COHAUSZ & FLORACK


Arwed Burrichter, Natalie Kirchhofer and Romina Kühnle, COHAUSZ & FLORACK

Litigating patents under the UPC system

df-mp Dörries Frank-Molnia & Pohlman


Sandra Pohlman, Philipp Nordmeyer and Dominik Ho

Standard-essential patents and FRAND licensing in Europe

Eisenführ Speiser


Volkmar Henke and Tilman Müller

How to prepare for oral proceedings for European patents

NLO


Hans Hutter and René van Duijvenbode

Country Q&As

Litigation and eligibility: Austria

Barger, Piso & Partner


Peter Israiloff

Litigation and eligibility: Germany

COHAUSZ & FLORACK


Gottfried Schüll

Litigation and eligibility: Greece

Dr Helen G Papaconstantinou and Partners


Maria Athanassiadou and Henning Voelkel

Litigation and eligibility: Hungary

Danubia Patent and Law Office LLC (in close cooperation with Sár & Partners Attorneys at Law)


Árpád Pethő and Miklós Maráczi

Litigation and eligibility: Poland

IP&Law – Kancelaria Rzeczników Patentowych J Markieta, M Zielińska-Łazarowicz Sp p


Jarosław Markieta

Litigation and eligibility: Portugal

Patentree - patents.pt


Luis Ferreira and Anabela Teixeira de Carvalho

Litigation and eligibility: Serbia

Popovic Popovic & Partners


Katarina Kostic

Litigation and eligibility: Switzerland

Nater Dallafior Rechtsanwälte AG


Mathis Berger

Litigation and eligibility: Turkey

Gün + Partners


Selin Sinem Yalıncaklı and Tuğçe Avcısert Geçgil

Litigation and eligibility: United Kingdom

Marks & Clerk


Graham Burnett-Hall and Sarah Routledge

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