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Zeitschrift für Geistiges Eigentum (ZGE) / Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ)

ISSN 1867-237x
(Print Edition)

ISSN 1867-2523
(Online Edition)

Volume 7 (2015)

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Zeitschrift für Geistiges Eigentum (ZGE) / Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ)

Editors: Michael Grünberger, Maximilian Haedicke, Diethelm Klippel, Karl-Nikolaus Peifer and Herbert Zech

The Intellectual Property Journal (IPJ) is a research-oriented journal dedicated to patents, copyright, trade marks and related areas of law. It provides a forum for articles which analyze fundamental issues of intellectual property law, including its historical, philosophical, methodological and – in particular – economic foundations. Since intellectual property law has been influenced by European Community law to a greater extent than other areas of private law, the journal will also aim at contributing to the development of a genuinely European doctrine.

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Reading sample from ZGE Volume 6, Number 1 (2014), Pages 89–105

Einheitspatent und Einheitliches Patentgericht im europäischen Integrationsprozess – verfassungsrechtliche Perspektive
DOI: 10.1628/186723714X14016951400271

Zwischen dem EPÜ und dem EU-Übereinkommen zur Schaffung eines Einheitspatents und eines Einheitlichen Patentgerichts besteht ein "Komplementärverhältnis". Dieses beruht darauf, dass das EU-Übereinkommen bezüglich einer Patentanmeldung an deren Schicksal im Verfahren vor dem EPA anknüpft. Durch diese Teilintegration des EPÜ in das EU-Übereinkommen werden alle nicht mit dem Grundgesetz der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in Einklang stehenden vertraglichen Vereinbarungen übernommen. Das gilt vor allem für die Ausgestaltung des Rechtsschutzes in institutioneller und formeller Hinsicht.

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