This book provides a highly structured analysis of European patent law and procedure (including practice under the PCT) that combines detail and accuracy with conciseness of expression. This first English edition has been translated and fully updated by Ian Muir, an experienced practitioner and EPA examiner. It is ideal for use by trainee patent attorneys preparing for their European examinations.
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