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Is a post-Brexit UK in the UPC “incompatible with EU principles”?

Patrick Wingrove, London


A new paper concludes the UK cannot stay in the Unified Patent Court after Brexit. Patrick Wingrove speaks to the author as well as in-house and private practice lawyers, to unpack the important points of the research

Imagine this scenario. The German Constitutional Court considers the complaint against ratification of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) Agreement and throws it out. German ratification swiftly follows and the UPC finally comes into existence, with a pre-Brexit UK as a...


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