Recent decision opens up the possibility of more compulsory licensing in Germany 13 Nov 17
A decision by Germany’s Federal Court of Justice could mean more compulsory licences being granted in Europe’s economic powerhouse than might previously have been thought possible. This would clearly be a very big deal. In the following piece, Johann Pitz – a partner of Vossius & Partner in Munich – looks at the case in question and explains its potential implications.
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