UK in UPC after Brexit is “incompatible with EU principles” – Max Planck Institute
An association of German research institutes has concluded in a paper that extending unitary patent protection to the UK post-Brexit through an international convention would create a “fictitious unity” that is incompatible with EU law
An association of German research institutes concluded in a paper published this week that the UK remaining in the UPC system after Brexit would be incompatible with EU law.
The 182-page document was written by Matthias Lamping and Hanns Ullrich...
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