On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC): What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen

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On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC) : What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen. / Petersen, Clement Salung; Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen.

Europe: The New Legal Realism. red. / Henning Koch; Karsten Hagel-Sørensen; Ulrich Haltern; Joseph H.H. Weiler. Djøf Forlag, 2010. s. 609-638.

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Petersen, CS & Schovsbo, JH 2010, On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC): What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen. i H Koch, K Hagel-Sørensen, U Haltern & JHH Weiler (red), Europe: The New Legal Realism. Djøf Forlag, s. 609-638.

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Petersen, C. S., & Schovsbo, J. H. (2010). On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC): What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen. I H. Koch, K. Hagel-Sørensen, U. Haltern, & J. H. H. Weiler (red.), Europe: The New Legal Realism (s. 609-638). Djøf Forlag.

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Petersen CS, Schovsbo JH. On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC): What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen. I Koch H, Hagel-Sørensen K, Haltern U, Weiler JHH, red., Europe: The New Legal Realism. Djøf Forlag. 2010. s. 609-638

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Petersen, Clement Salung ; Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen. / On Law and Policy in a European and European Union Patent Court (EEUPC) : What Will It do to Patent Law and What Will Patent Law do to It? Essays in honour of Hjalte Rasmussen. Europe: The New Legal Realism. red. / Henning Koch ; Karsten Hagel-Sørensen ; Ulrich Haltern ; Joseph H.H. Weiler. Djøf Forlag, 2010. s. 609-638

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