In this article of 22 March 2012 Partners of London based law firm Bristows report on a new compromise approach by the Danish EU Presidency to resolve the current deadlock in the question as to where the important Central Division of the future EU Unified Patent Court should be located (see earlier postings here, here, or here). Currently, the most promising candidates to host the Central Division are Paris, London and Munich:
Intriguingly, the Danes have floated a possible sharing compromise, that is to say that there could be three Central Divisions, or perhaps more accurately, a co-located Central Division.
Unfortunately, the article does not cite any source for this interesting information. So if anybody happens to know more about it, please let me know ...Zum vollständigen Artikel