IAM Patent 1000 2021

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Poland

On 1 July 2020, the eagerly anticipated reorganisation of the Polish court system took effect, establishing new specialised IP courts and introducing new types of IP-related court actions. The long-awaited changes should enhance the predictability and consistency of civil judgments in IP matters, which have also been affected by legislative...

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On 1 July 2020, the eagerly anticipated reorganisation of the Polish court system took effect, establishing new specialised IP courts and introducing new types of IP-related court actions. The long-awaited changes should enhance the predictability and consistency of civil judgments in IP matters, which have also been affected by legislative changes to the Civil Procedure Code. The new specialist divisions have been set up in five district courts – Warsaw, Poznan, Gdasnk, Lublin and Katowice – with two appellate courts in Warsaw and Poznań. While practitioners anticipate that the reforms should present abundant new opportunities, they are also readying themselves for the process of ironing out any initial kinks.

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