Liz Cohen quoted in the Financial Times


Intellectual property partner Liz Cohen has been quoted in the Financial Times article “Europe’s unified patent court draws companies seeking one-stop shop.” 

The article discusses recent updates from the “Judges’ Corner” meeting – where the group iron out issues and ensure operations are running as they should. The Financial Times stated “By most accounts, the UPC’s inaugural year has gone well. As of the end of May, 373 cases had been filed with the court, according to the latest data — indicating companies’ willingness to use it.” 

Liz commented in the article that she “believes the UPC is still finding its feet in some respects”, but believes that these should be “ironed out over time”, as the UPC’s Court of Appeal, in Luxembourg, clarifies the “correct approach to be taken on various issues”. 

To read the article in full, see the Financial Times website (subscription may be required).

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