You and the Unified Patent Court - survey findings

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15 October 2015

Our IP team surveyed patent attorneys and solicitors in private practice and in-house, seeking views on the UP and UPC - Will it work? Will it change anything? And is it really necessary?

Responses varied widely, from strongly in favour to deeply pessimistic. What is clear is that we are in the middle of a fundamental shift, the effects of which are uncertain. We share the findings here.


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