Poland will not sign the new legislation on the Unified Patent Court

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Polish officials have declared that Poland will not sign the new regulation on the Unified Patent Court, after having declared some months ago their support of this new tool.

The main concerns of Polish authorities relate to the use of foreign languages in the filing procedure, as well as to the fact that trials would take place outside Poland, more precisely in Paris, London or Munich.

Therefore, Poland is not expected to be present in the signature of the International Agreement on the establishment of the Unified Patent Court, an event to be held today at the Council of the European Union.

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Warsaw Business Journal