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European Patent Litigation Certificate (Draft Paper now online)

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Unified patent courtLast week IPcopy wrote about a draft paper from the legal working group of the preparatory committee that discusses the European Patent Litigation Certificate and the other “appropriate qualifications” that are mentioned under Article 48(2) of the Unified Patent Court Agreement and are required for EPAs to have rights of representation at the UPC.

At the time of writing last week’s article the draft paper was not online but this changed over the weekend when the Twitter user @EPpatent posted a link to a Google docs copy of the paper. The draft paper can be found in our article European Patent Litigation Certificate (& other appropriate qualifications) which has been updated.

While you are checking out the draft paper, take a look at some of the comments on the earlier post, especially the one from IP Frog!

Mark Richardson 10 March 2014

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