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JUVE PATENT

 

JUVE has been reporting on the UPC, the European Patent Office and developments at patent law firms and companies for twenty years – and now also in English.
You are reading the second edition of JUVE Patent, our new e-paper, which we will publish four times a year.

 

Germany is in the focus of the patent community – more than any other country in Europe. The Constitutional Case against the UPC has put the whole implementation of the new patent court on hold. The consequences for the European patent system could be dramatic if the Constitutional Court comes to a decision any later than 2019. While the patent world looks towards Karlsruhe the German patent courts are being flooded with cases by Non Practicing Entities. As a consequence the German patent market is running hot and the German litigation law firms are revving up their engines.

Read our latest analysis on the German market and how the law firms are reshaping their strategies to dominate the UPC market. The topics covered in the second edition of JUVE Patent are:

 

JUVE Patent – November 2017

  • Düsseldorf Torpedo: Bad news for the UPC. The German Constitutional Court will take all the time it needs.
  • Rankings and analysis: The leading litigation firms in Germany and their strategy to dominate the European market.
  • Interview: Battistelli made mistakes says the new Chairman of the Administrative Council, Christoph Ernst and tells JUVE about the expectations awaiting Battistelli’s successor.

 

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JUVE Patent – UPC Special 2017

  • Black Box: The latest information and background on the German constitutional complaint against the UPC.
  • Interview: UPC Chairman Alexander Ramsay tells JUVE about the current schedule and the role of the UPC in the Brexit negotiations.
  • Paris Favourites: Judge Thomas Kühnen leads Europe’s first patent judge ranking. How do patent judges from London, The Hague, Paris and Milan fare?
  • Turf War: How law firms are preparing to compete in the UPC.

 

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