The European and EU patents court: Is that really the best we can come up with?

Ball, R. (2010) The European and EU patents court: Is that really the best we can come up with? In: SLS Annual Conference, University of Southampton, 13th-16th September, 2010.

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Abstract

The subject of the creation of the EU Patent System can be traced back to 1957 , with countless faltering on the way. There appears now to be real prospects for its introduction over the course of the next five years. Part of the new system will be the European and EU Patents Court (EEUPC) that already in the latest formulations resembles an unwieldy and complex compromise. This paper will critically analyse the proposals from the perspective of the aims and objectives for a successful ideal patent system, compare the proposals to those put forward under the European Patent Convention and will make recommendations for a more rational model.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:unified EU patent system, European Union patent, European and EU patents court, translation, enhanced partnership, CPC, community patent regulation, EPLA
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Business and Law > Department of Law
ID Code:14743
Deposited By: Dr R. Ball
Deposited On:31 May 2011 14:26
Last Modified:20 Jan 2014 22:46

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