Unitary Patent Regulation – Articles 6–8
25 November 2011
The IP Federation has made a plea for MEPs to push for the deletion of the infringement provisions in Articles 6–8 from the Unitary Patent Regulation, and to give full consideration is given to other significant issues to ensure we achieve a better patent system in Europe.
We believe that if these issues are not addressed we risk inadvertently harming, rather than promoting, innovation in the UK and the EU.
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