replied to the Swedish justice department on a query about the proposal for a EU patent court (in Swedish), but we where quite lonely on the issue we had with that the court was not in the EU and beyond governing. Sure we had help from our network, but we where just the crowd fighting those self serving software patents against a collective of lawyers thinking of patents as their income. Now it seems we have company - and good company too!
Here is a nice round up by two high profile politicians of Europe:
https://www.unitary-patent.eu/content/european-union-under-threat-patents-column-d-cohn-bendit-and-m-rocard (Mr Rocard and Mr Cohn Bendit)
Add this fresh report on the proposal from Max Planck Institut and with a sharp tone:
And now even more with quite a large group of professors and lawyers:
Many thanks to Gibus for his unrelenting research and reporting at http://www.unitary-patent.eu/
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