European patent reform: what we know now
Some of Europe’s top IP officials are gathered in Budapest for a conference to mark the opening of a new centre to train judges for the Unified Patent Court. Here’s what we found out from day one
1. The mood was congratulatory
Negotiations to create a unitary patent system and a pan-European system of patent litigation have gone on for decades. So it was unsurprising that there was plenty of metaphorical backslapping at the launch of the first...
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