Budapest to Become Home to Patent Judge Training Center?
The Hungarian capital of Budapest might become the center for training European Union’s patent judges, Economy Ministry State Secretary Zoltan Csefalvay announced at a press conference in Brussels on December 6.
Csefalvay stated that such a decision would be an acknowledgement of the work Hungary completed during the first half of 2011 when it held the rotating Presidency of the EU Council.
Even though it is very likely that the training center will be in Budapest, the decision will become final as soon as the EU chooses the headquarters of the unified patent court.
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Source: BBJ – Budapest Business Journal
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