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UPC scenario 1: an electronics implementation patent


In the first of a series of articles looking at hypothetical scenarios involving the UPC, Wouter Pors considers a case involving an implementation patent in the electronics industry

The Unified Patent Court (UPC) will open for business within a year. It is now time to discuss how a real life case will most likely be handled and what strategy the claimant could follow....


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