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Holes In Road To Unified Patent Court Could Derail The Project – And Hit Plans For EU SPC

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Negotiations over Brexit and a legal challenge lodged in Germany are holding up progress with establishing the proposed Unified Patent Court, and could also affect plans for an EU-wide supplementary protection certificate, according to legal experts.

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