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On the other hand, the application of the current jurisdictional framework to international patent infringement disputes leads to significant difficulties such as the pre-emptive effect of proceedings pending abroad or the jurisdictional consequences of a patent validity challenge. At the choice of law stage, this book provides a comparative overview of the rather unexplored issues arising in multinational patent enforcement. De lege feranda, it seems that, in view of the territorial nature of patents, a distributive application of the law of the protecting State (lex loci protectionis)…mehr

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On the other hand, the application of the current jurisdictional framework to international patent infringement disputes leads to significant difficulties such as the pre-emptive effect of proceedings pending abroad or the jurisdictional consequences of a patent validity challenge. At the choice of law stage, this book provides a comparative overview of the rather unexplored issues arising in multinational patent enforcement. De lege feranda, it seems that, in view of the territorial nature of patents, a distributive application of the law of the protecting State (lex loci protectionis) appears to be the most consistent choice of law rule.
The enforcement of patent rights raises complex, and, from a private international law perspective, unique difficulties. This book analyzes in detail both the European rules on jurisdiction (the Brussels Convention and its successors) and the choice of law rules as they apply to cross-border patent disputes, and will be essential reading for both intellectual property lawyers and international commercial litigation specialists.
Autorenporträt
Dr Marta Pertegás Sender is qualified as a barrister at the Barcelona bar, and practices part-time as an associate with firm Nauta Dutilh in Brussels specializing in the fields of international litigation and intellectual property. She is a part-time Lecturer in Private International Law at K.U. Leuven, and regularly lectures on European law and private international law in Spain, Poland, Latvia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic, and has published extensively in the field of international litigation and conflict of laws. She has previously worked at the European Parliament, and since 1994 as an assistant to prof. Van Houtte at the Institute of International Trade Law (Louvain, K.U. Leuven).