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Who will benefit from a single European court system?


Although the unitary patent court is to be split between three jurisdictions, local lawyers there won’t necessarily be the ones to win the new work. Ben Naylor explains

After almost 40 years of negotiations, the unitary patent system is close to being realised with the final step, the ratification of the agreement by the parliaments of at least 13 of the 25 participating EU member states, expected later...


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@BrandsAndStuff We heard 14 UK practitioners sat the exam in April - so that list may not be up to date (there are… https://t.co/0pO4n33Itz

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@BrandsAndStuff @HGF_IP How difficult were the exams?

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China proposes pharmaceutical patent linkage scheme https://t.co/VDXk0JO17m via our @asialaw correspondent https://t.co/t4ciVPfQlA

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