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Frank B Dehn scores German first


Three partners in the Munich office of UK patent firm Frank B Dehn & Co have become the first British patent attorneys to be registered as practising foreign attorneys with the German Patentanwaltskammer

Frank B Dehn scores German first Three partners in the Munich office of UK patent firm Frank B Dehn & Co have become the first British patent attorneys to be registered as practising foreign attorneys with...


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