UPC legislation takes step closer to approval in the UK
Brexit White Paper: Concerns over UPC but hope for science
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Readers responding to WIPR’s recent survey have agreed that UK Prime Minister Theresa May has sent a strong message that the UK will look to leave the Unified Patent Court (UPC) as part of her Brexit plan.
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