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In-house counsel: take our Unitary Patent survey



James Nurton


Share your views on the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court by answering a few simple questions, and you have the chance to win an iPad mini 3

We are researching attitudes of in-house counsel towards the proposed EU Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court with a simple six-question survey.

Complete the survey and provide your details to be entered into a draw to win an iPad 3 mini.

The survey aims to gauge users’ thoughts about the merits of the proposed system and likely take-up. We will be repeating it every few months and will regularly report the latest findings.

For more coverage see our dedicated page: managingip.com/upc

The Unitary Patent and UPC will also be on the agenda at our International Patent Forum and International Women’s Leadership Forum, which are both free to in-house counsel.

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