The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action: How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law?

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The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action : How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law? / Petersen, Clement Salung; Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen; Riis, Thomas.

Transitions in European Patent Law : Influences of the Unitary Patent Package. red. / Rosa Maria Ballardini; Marcus Norrgård; Niklas Bruun. New York / Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International, 2015. s. 37-57.

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Petersen, CS, Schovsbo, JH & Riis, T 2015, The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action: How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law? i RM Ballardini, M Norrgård & N Bruun (red), Transitions in European Patent Law : Influences of the Unitary Patent Package. Kluwer Law International, New York / Alphen aan den Rijn, s. 37-57.

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Petersen, C. S., Schovsbo, J. H., & Riis, T. (2015). The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action: How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law? I R. M. Ballardini, M. Norrgård, & N. Bruun (red.), Transitions in European Patent Law : Influences of the Unitary Patent Package (s. 37-57). New York / Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International.

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Petersen CS, Schovsbo JH, Riis T. The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action: How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law? I Ballardini RM, Norrgård M, Bruun N, red., Transitions in European Patent Law : Influences of the Unitary Patent Package. New York / Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International. 2015. s. 37-57

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Petersen, Clement Salung ; Schovsbo, Jens Hemmingsen ; Riis, Thomas. / The Unified Patent Court (UPC) in Action : How Will the Design of the UPC Affect Patent Law?. Transitions in European Patent Law : Influences of the Unitary Patent Package. red. / Rosa Maria Ballardini ; Marcus Norrgård ; Niklas Bruun. New York / Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International, 2015. s. 37-57

Bibtex

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