Initialling Ceremony for Unified Patent Court Omitted, Danish Presidency will take Over

In a posting on ksnh::law titled "EU Patent Package: JURI has Spoken, But What did it Say?" we report on what - presumably - has happened in the JURI meeting on December 20, in which the EU Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee voted on the three separate resolutions/agreements of the so called 'EU Patent Package', i.e. Enhanced cooperation in the area of the creation of unitary patent protection (JURI/7/05848). Enhanced cooperation in the area of the creation of unitary patent protection with regard to the applicable translation arrangements (JURI/7/05847). Jurisdictional system for patent disputes (JURI/7/06168). As this press release later reported that JURI "backed a political deal struck last 1 December between Parliament and Council negotiators on the so-called 'EU patent package', questions were asked by observers, as to what Regulation and Draft Agreement JURI actually voted on, since the Competitive Council meeting on December 5 failed at least over a dispute between Great Britain and Germany (and maybe also France) as to the question of the seat of the Central Division of the future Unified Patent Court, so that there simply is no ‘EU Patent Package’ that the EU Council agreed on and JURI is satisfied with, due to the issues left unresolved at the December 5th's Competitiveness Council meeting (see earlier ksnh::law posts [1], [2], [3]). We thus raised the point that the drafts were voted on yesterday are presumably the same that JURI rapporteurs carried into the preparational back-room negotiations with the Council on December 1 (see press release) ...Zum vollständigen Artikel


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