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At Event of EPO SLAPP Firm, a Suggestion That the UPC Should be Scrapped Because It's Stuck

TPP Is Dead. What Now?



Summary: Just like the TPP, the UPC is now in a potentially fatal deadlock, so people with a stake in the outcome consider starting again (almost from scratch)

THE EPO keeps lying about the UPC (giving the false impression that it's about to start). It will do it again later this month in Canada.



Not everyone is so easily fooled; In a Mishcon de Reya patent seminar, according to patent maximalists, "Nina O'Sullivan questions if it is time to scrap the #UPC & start again?" Maybe another rebrand while you're at it? We've lost track of all the names it used to have...

"It's interesting that Mishcon de Reya is holding this seminar because this is the firm which the EPO hired to bully/monitor me!"They will have to restart and get signatures all over again. As the UK cannot ever join (Brexit). And that too is no guarantee of progress, for all sorts of reasons we listed here in past years and months.

It's interesting that Mishcon de Reya is holding this seminar because this is the firm which the EPO hired to bully/monitor me! (which they did, I caught them stalking me too)

As we noted here before, Mishcon de Reya is also professionally connected to the UPC/Brexit (and Microsoft), just like the other law firm that the EPO sent out to threaten me several times two years ago (Fieldfisher, which has a stake in the UPC).

It's a small world, isn't it?

"Like CETA and other undemocratic institutions," Benjamin Henrion commented on the above, "UPC should be shot in the head."

We often compare the UPC to TPP (or TTIP), which is deep underground now, in spite of many people saying endlessly that it was inevitable and unstoppable. These are lobbying tactics.

Perhaps some other day we'll revisit the above connection; Mishcon de Reya and Fieldfisher -- two English firms that the EPO used as henchmen against me, have commercial stakes in the UPC and thus the EPO. It's one big happy (but malicious) family. They too realise that the UPC is now in serious trouble and they SLAPP critics.

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