In-house counsel back Unitary Patent, but want more details on costs
Companies are likely to use the Unitary Patent system and believe it will be good for innovation in Europe, according to a survey of in-house patent counsel conducted by Managing IP. But they overwhelmingly want more information on how it will work, with details of costs their biggest priority
The online survey, hosted on surveymonkey, was open from February 10 to March 16. It comprised six questions about the Unitary Patent and UPC, and was targeted at in-house patent counsel. There were 63 responses.
Most of the responses were...
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