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29 September 2014PatentsJan Lindberg and Kiira Lehtonen

Finland: the new IP court, interim injunctions and goodwill

There is no doubt that the Finnish and European IP regime is in a state of confusion and change. For us lawyers who yearn to learn more and defend the most valuable interests of our clients, this has been a fruitful opportunity to reflect on how the future patent litigation landscape in Europe will look, especially with the introduction of the Unified Patent Court (UPC).

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