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Practitioners demand more work on unified patent court plan

James Nurton, London


The latest proposals for a European patent court could impede innovation, competition and growth for years to come, according to a group of UK patent specialists

In a paper sent to the European Commission, European Parliament and the UK government, the group argues that the latest proposal "has shortcomings and – without amendment – will not only fail to meet most, if not all, of the...


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