Seat of the Unified Patent Court to be Determined Comming Monday?

It appeast the race for the seat of the future Unified Patent Court is going between London and Munich. While the German Government mad its bit for Munich already months ago, the Cameron administration needed to be pushed by professionals lately (e.g. by LES-UK and IP Foundation) to finally make its bit for London. As we knew that the seat of the Patent Court is scheduled to be announced on 22 December 2011 in Warsaw at the end-of-Presidency ceremony (see here), we now got aware of the fact that the decision may be drawn (but disclosed?) already at the Competitiveness Council meeting comming Monday, 5 December, as reported by ksnh::law in today's posting titled "Memo for Competitive Council Meeting on 5, 6 Dec 2011 names 'Seat of the future Unified Patent Court' as Controversial Issue", refering to today's press release (MEMO/11/864) announcing that
"the Polish Presidency will present for agreement a number of outstanding, politically sensitive issues including the seat of the future Unified Patent Court [...] ...
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