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[ES] El Alineamiénto Potential de Intereses Especiales con Mishcon de Reya: EPO, Microsoft, y Brexit (o la UPC)

Posted in Europe, Patents at 12:04 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europa, Patentes a las 12:44 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Con de ReyaSumario: La agresiva firma legal basada en Londres (reciéntemente contratada por la EPO), Mishcon de Reya, sale a luz de nuevo en materias que son de relevancia para la EPO y nosotros análizamos esas correlaciónes

EL LAVADO DE REPUTACIÓN es un objetivo grande y contínuo en la EPO. Ya que Battistelli y sus chácales están tratando de controlar la prensa, por ejemplo, silenciando las voces críticas y usarla para difamar a las voces críticas dentro de la organización. Vean el tweet de hoy de la EPO. Este premio rinde millones de euros de presupuesto de EPO a las empresas privadas, incluyendo los medios de comunicación, pero la EPO no quiere decir esto al público. Además, la EPO desperdicia dinero en abogados los que utiliza para enviar cartas de amenaza a los críticos, como los que se atreven a hablar de la conexión EPO-Microsoft. Para obtener información sobre esta conexión véanse los artículos anteriores, tales como:

El último de ellos trata de la UPC, la que esperamos que probablemente no se haga una realidad El día de hoy la EPO escribió: “La EPO se complace en informar a los usuarios de su software de presentación en línea tiene una nueva actualización que ya está disponible” (siga los enlaces a la página de descargas y vea cómo todo sigue siendo centrado en Microsoft).

Recientemente hemos pensado en algún tipo de acción conjunta FFII contra de la UPC, pero al ver que Brexit ya está enviando a la UPC por el desagüe, esto podría no ser necesario en absoluto. Esta semana, la FFII Ante Wessels se ve en algunos asolapamientos entre la resolución de controversias entre inversores y Estados (ISDS), el sueño húmedo de las grandes corporaciones, y la UPC (que sirve para poner de relieve las conexiones / TTIP TPP):

La UPC y ISDS: ¿quién tendría que pagará los premios al daño?

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el abogado de inversiónes Pratyush Nath Upreti argumenta que los inversores podrán utilizar la solución de diferencias entre inversores y Estado (ISDS) para impugnar las decisiones del Tribunal Unificado de Patentes (UPC). [1] Los inversores podrían utilizar, por ejemplo, un tratado bilateral de inversión holandesa para impugnar las decisiones de la UPC. Upreti identifica los tratados de inversión holandeses como adecuados para la búsqueda del convenio y advierte de litigios de propiedad intelectual más frívola de solución de diferencias entre inversores y Estados.

Esto plantea una pregunta. ¿Quién iba a soportar las costas procesales y de las indemnizaciones?

Si los inversores utilizan un tratado de inversión holandés los Países Bajos será el demandado. Las decisiones de la UPC pueden considerar toda la zona de la UPC (casi toda la UE). ISDS premios a daños pueden incluir beneficios esperados. Holanda podría llegar a tener que pagar los costos de litigio y premios daños, incluidos los beneficios esperados para casi toda la UE.

No es exactamente una noticia de que la UPC y ISDS servirán a las grandes corporaciones y a sus abogados agresivos como Mishcon de Reya (que también trabaja para Microsoft en su parte frontal de agresión de patentes). Por consiguiente, era interesante ver a mi abogado publicar “Algunos pensamientos a -El desafío legal Mishcon de Reya en el artículo 50 ” (link directo a la fuente). A modo de recordatorio, Battistelli se opone Brexit porque perjudica sus planes para la UPC -y a sus amos del otro lado del charco – Ahora sus abogados en Londres (quienes me amenazaban y me acechaban online por un tiempo después de que cartas de amenaza fueran envíadas por otra empresa en relación con artículos sobre los lazos amorosos entre Microsoft y la EPO) paso y tratar de tomar las medidas que salvar la UPC y sin duda ayudará a Microsoft demasiado (un gran cliente de Mishcon de Reya en la cara de ella). Es un mundo pequeño después de todo, pero la superposición de intereses, como se ha explicado anteriormente, todo podría reducirse a coincidencias. Un patrón emerge, sin embargo, al ver como Mishcon de Reya ayuda y/o trabaja para entidades agresivas.

James Nurton, quien entrevistó a Battistelli algunos meses atrás, dio a conocer el día de hoy “Brexit 10 días sus: últimos avances”. Es sobre el impacto de Brexit, que no hace a la EPO feliz. Para citar Nurton: “Los prácticantes dicen que han tenido muchas consultas acerca de la presentación de marca y diseño de los derechos nacionales del Reino Unido de los clientes que quieren asegurarse de que tienen protección en el país después delo que sucede con Brexit.”

Suponemos que estas investigaciones significan dinero (por hora); así que no es tán malo después de todo para algunos de ellos…

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