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What Law Applies In The Unified Patent Court?

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Executive Summary

When the pan-European Unified Patent Court comes fully into force, it will have divisions in a number of EU member states. But given its geographical scope, what is the law that will apply to disputes in the court? In the latest in his series of columns on the UPC, Paul England explains the law applicable to infringement, validity and "objects of property".

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