09.05.19

Bristows UPC Propaganda (in Pseudonymous Form) Shames the Government’s Officials in Order to Install Corrupt Officials

Posted in Deception, Europe, Patents at 6:26 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Team UPC is no better than “Brexit Party” with its extortion-like tactics

A despot of Brexit
Litigation giants are still pursuing a ‘UPC coup’, but in the process they show endless disdain for truth, for the law, for constitutions etc. They actually cause damage to their ‘precious’ UPC and greatly harm the EU’s reputation (they don’t care about the EU).

Summary: The patent maximalists are up in arms and their dangerous agenda is taking more radical forms; lying is apparently not enough anymore as demands are made and doxing-like tactics are approached

THE abuses of the European Patent Office (EPO) will become more apparent this month because workers come back from holidays and more statements are being issued.

“Campinos meanwhile facilitates and covers up corruption at the EPO.”António Campinos has just been mentioned by an EPO retweet that said (with an image of Campinos): “Fruitful meeting @prv_se with Mr Antonio Campinos president of @EPOorg and the delegation. Coordinated meeting with key IP stakeholders in Sweden and strengthening collaboration between the officies on the agenda.”

“…we’re supposed to believe that this criminal administration can somehow administer courts, too?”
Notice who Campinos is meeting; he never meets actual scientists, except on stage when he can ‘steal’ credit for their work in exchange for an award that drains the EPO’s budget. Campinos meanwhile facilitates and covers up corruption at the EPO. Hiding at CEIPI we have the UPC ‘judge’ wannabe Battistelli, whom Campinos invited/welcomed as a 'judge' some months back.

Citing a French article, Benjamin Henrion wrote that “INPI, like most National Patent Offices (NPOs), want renewal fees from the EPO, pushing for patent maximalism (software patents, UPC) to get more money…”

People from INPI also got EPO jobs because of Battistelli’s connections (nobody was ever held accountable for it!) and we’re supposed to believe that this criminal administration can somehow administer courts, too?

Don’t ask Bristows LLP about that; they deny any troubles even exist! Earlier this week, boosted by Kluwer Patent Blog, “Kluwer Patent blogger” ("Kluwer Patent blogger" is Bristows probably) insulted the German government for not ratifying the UPC (Team UPC posts a lie in quote form as a headline). At the time we last checked it only one comment (from Russell Barton) made it past moderation and said:

What is meant by “the German government will have to finish the ratification procedure immediately”?

If this just means that informing “the depository that they have received parliamentary approval to ratify, the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court” will happen immediately, then that works as it allows the provisional application phase (PAP) to start. You would then expect deposit of ratification itself to follow later, at least 3 months into the PAP, when the Administrative Committee indicate that the system will be ready within 3/4 months.

If instead it means that deposit of the ratification will also happen immediately then that would automatically trigger the UPC coming into full operation on the first day of the fourth month that follows. According to notices from Preparatory Committee that would not give them enough time to recruit the judges etc and the court would seemingly be operational before it is ready.

Team UPC offers nothing but a pile of Big Lies and humiliation of those who stand in the way of these lies. And they nowadays write using pseudonyms to avoid being held accountable for lying, insults, etc.

Henrion picked from their own interview an admission of their own lies: “Who is the patent system for? “I think that SMEs will litigate less, because they won’t have the necessary financial resources”…”

So even Team UPC now admits that UPC would harm SMEs. After they spent years lying about it.

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