CJEU rules on basic patent meaning in SPC dispute
The meaning of “protected by a basic patent” has been clarified in Teva v Gilead, in a return to familiar ground
The Court of Justice of the EU today clarified when a product is protected by a basic patent as set out in Article 3A of Regulation 469/2009 (the SPC Regulation) in a ruling that moves away from the Advocate General’s...
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