Saturday, 12 June 2010

EU patents and the monster treaty

This TFEU is a monster. I do commiserate with the Judges who are confronted with the inescapable duty to make sense of all that.
said Axel H Horns in a post on EU patent litigation, in which he summarised some member states' positions in a hearing in Luxemburg last month regarding the unresolved question whether to introduce a separate Patents Court or not.

And I think most will agree that the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), the second EU Treaty, is a legal monster, not just in the case of patent litigation...