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07.02.16

[ES] Como Era de Esperarse, El ´Equipo UPC´ Continúa Luchando para que Su Proyecto Sobreviva a Pesar de Brexit

Posted in Europe, Patents at 6:23 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europa, Patentes at 5:02 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Tratándo de mantenerse a flote de un fracaso total incluso sin cambiarle de nombre (como en sus previos intentos)

A shipwreck of UPC

Sumario: Los desésperados intentos para irse al fondo con la Corte Unitaria de Patentes y el esfuerzo mal guíado/intenciónado de Battistelli para reducir la calidad de patentes y hacerla aumentar, además de creciéntes pagos por matrículas (para desánimar apelaciónes, retiros, etc)

Los llamados ‘equipos expertos ‘ que conspiraron (conjúntamente con la gerencia de la EPO) para crear y pasar (enyucarnos) la UPC se encuéntran en un estado pobre al presente. ‘Brexit’ los dejó sin habla o en retirada.

MIP acaba de publicar un artículo originalmente compuesto antes del voto ‘Brexit’. Habla de las Salas de Recurso, a los que la UPC amenazó de hacer redundantes (basados en algunas especulaciónes pero no todas). Ahora nos enteramos que aunque la UPC no se haga realidad las Salas de Recurso está en serios problemas. Battistelli simplemente quiso aplastar el control de calidad todo este tiempo, haciendo a la EPO como a la nefasta USPTO donde la llamada ‘producción’ se dobló en materia de años (porque el control de calidad raramente es aplicable).

Ahora nos enteramos que aunque la UPC no se haga realidad las Salas de Recurso está en serios problemas.”

Escribiéndo acerca de la EPO y la UPC hoy, Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP nos recuérdan que viven en un mundo de fantasía. Se habla antes de existir de un “Tribunal de la Patentes Unificado (UPC)” a pesar de que no hay tal corte y una apertura no se hace una realidad ahora (o nunca).

“El Comité Preparatorio de la UPC y el Comité Selecto de la EPO han emitido una declaración conjunta diciendo que van a continuar con su trabajo previsto a pesar del voto Brexit,” MIP informa hoy. Bueno, ‘Brexit’ hace que sea imposible hasta que engañan/engartuzen, de alguna manera, ya que probablemente lo harán. Nos esperaba esto cuando escribimos sobre ello la semana pasada y al comienzo de esta semana. UPC simplemente significaría más trolls de patentes en Europa, menor calidad de las patentes (incluyendo quizás las patentes de software), y una acción más legal en todas partes. Es el sueño húmedo de un maximalista patente.

¿Cuánto tiempo puede durar esto y quién va a pagar el precio de las patentes concedidas erróneamente?”

La EPO está de caída. Las grandes corpóraciones multinaciónales son otorgadas patentes en grupo/al por mayor (aliénando a las PYMEs las que son su mayoríá en el paisaje Europeo) y en relación con el artículo mencionado ayer y hoy temprano en Techrights ahora hay este anunciio oficial “la EPO lanza su rápido otorgamiénto de patentes con Australia” (warning: epo.org link). La EPO también toma nota de los cambios en pagos “retorno de dinero por retiros” (temprano hoy), asi que talves piensan compensar por baja calidad de patentes por alta cantidad de patentes otorgadas asi como mayores pagos. ¿Cuánto tiempo puede durar esto y quién va a pagar el precio de las patentes concedidas erróneamente? Estas son preguntas retóricas.

Europa esta a pueras de sufrir por ello (talvez por muchas decadas) como resultado de las terribles políticas de Battistelli y su fantasía de la UPC (promovidas por sus patrones al otro lado del charco), las que son un desperdicio de tiempo, energía y dinero. Nunca antes el sistema de patentes europeos ha estado en tal situación de confusión.

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