As entry into force of the Unified Patent Court Agreement on 1 June 2023 draws near, Berggren is fully prepared to begin handling litigation before the new court. With more than 30 lawyers and patent attorneys qualified to represent client before the new court, we look forwarding to helping clients navigate all aspects of the new system.
Berggren’s lawyers and European Patent Litigators, i.e. European Patent Attorneys with appropriate further qualifications for registration as representatives before the UPC, have extensive experience in the existing national patent litigation regime as well as the EPO’s opposition and appeal procedures. With both the legal and technical expertise required to effectively handle all contentious patent work under one roof, Berggren is a one-stop-shop for the enforcement and defence of granted patents across Europe.
With offices close to the UPC local division in Helsinki and experienced attorneys from across Europe, including native English and German speakers, our lawyers and patent attorneys are ideally positioned to manage cases before local, regional and central divisions of the UPC.
For more information about Berggren’s UPC litigation services, the unitary patent, or UPC, please get in touch with your usual Berggren contact, or contact Matti Nousiainen (Head of Dispute Resolution), Suvi Julin (licensed legal counsel) or Michael Nielsen (European Patent Litigator) directly.