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At the time of writing, the future of the UPC has been thrown into doubt in the wake of the unanticipated exit of the UK from the EU. Some have suggested elaborate mechanisms to enable the UK to remain part of the UPCA as an ex-EU Member, whilst others are dismissing the suggestion as intrinsically inconsistent with the CJEU’s Opinion 1/09, declaring the package now defunct. For sure these and other legal options to secure the survival of the UPC will be explored further as the drama of the UK’s Brexit begins to take legal shape. Whatever options are pursued will have to contend with the limitations of the existing legal structure which are identified in this chapter.
|Title of host publication||The European Union and the International Dispute Settlement Mechanism|
|Editors||Marise Cremona, Ann Thies, Ramses Wessels|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 6 Sep 2017|
- UPC - Brexit - European Patent system
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The EU and International Dispute Settlement
Aurora Plomer (Invited speaker)20 Feb 2015
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Professor Aurora Plomer
- University of Bristol Law School - Emeritus Professor
Person: Honorary and Visiting Academic