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Unitary patent package – Ratification – Allons-y!

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Ratification game 5 March 2013In an earlier post we noted that the French government seemed to be gearing up to be the first EU member state to ratify the Agreement on the Unified Patent Court. Now we’ve been sent (thank you @gibus) a further document that again restates France’s intention to be the first country to ratify the UPC Agreement. Does this mean that IPcopy is finally going to be able to get a player on the pitch in our over-extended and stretched “Ratification as a football match” analogy?

If anyone has further knowledge of the planned ratification timetable in France then please feel free to chime in below.

Mark Richardson 21 June 2013


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