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Europe enjoys a patent renaissance, despite Brexit and UPC uncertainty

By Tim Au and Adam Houldsworth

With close to 900 responses, the 2018 IAM benchmarking survey is the biggest we have carried out yet. The results reveal an IP market that is more international than ever before, but which has still to fully recover its mojo

The US fightback, revealed in last year’s IAM benchmarking survey, may have come to an end. While 2017’s results revealed a favourable swing in sentiment towards the US patent regime, this year’s responses suggest that gloom may be descending once more – even before the Oil States judgment became known.

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