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Professor Ohly’s two passions: patent law and clarinet

Professor Ansgar Ohly is one of Germany’s most respected law professors and an authority on intellectual property law across Europe. He is the Chair for Civil Law, Intellectual Property and Competition Law at the University of Munich. He is also a visiting professor at Oxford University.
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European Patent Enforcement and the UPC: Status Quo and Perspectives

On 24-25 November, the Department of Law of the University of Luxembourg organises a conference to discuss the existing national approaches to patent enforcement and shed light on the future application of the Unified Patent Court Agreement (UPCA).
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IP2Innovate's Newsletter - Q3 2022

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IP2Innovate welcomes latest changes to the UPC’s transparency rules

BRUSSELS, 12 July 2022 – IP2Innovate, a trade group pushing for a better functioning patent system in Europe, welcomes the transparency rules agreed last week by the Unified Patent Court which will ensure the Court’s decisions and orders are publicly available.
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IP2Innovate's Newsletter - Q2 2022

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Prof. Alain Strowel: IP law professor with a grounding in philosophy

Professor Alain Strowel’s academic curiosity was first sparked by philosophy. At 18 he went to the universities he would later work for as a law professor, the Université Saint-Louis in Brussels and the UCLouvain.
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UPC wrangling over transparency risks undermining Europe’s patent court ambitions

The launch of Europe’s long-awaited Unified Patent Court has been rocked by an internal argument over transparency. New rules proposed last month would make secrecy the default, not transparency, and industry is not happy.

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