CPM Webinar: The EU Unified Patent Court is opening: To be in or to opt-out?

December 7, 2022 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

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April 1st 2023 is the current target date for the EU Unified Patent Court (UPC) to open and begin receiving cases. The UPC will have parallel territorial jurisdiction with national patent courts for all existing European Patents unless the patent owners “opt-out” of UPC jurisdiction. Learn the implications of the new system, how to opt-out, and some considerations in deciding whether to opt-out; and receive strategic tips for handling your European Patent portfolio.

 

Presented by: John Pegram, Fish & Richardson, PC and Sofia Santoro, Società Italiana Brevetti. Moderated by: Adrian Eggen, Philip Morris Products

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