EU upgrades design protection
This article was originally published in Clinica
Designers of medical devices and diagnostics will soon find that they have greater and easier access to protection for their designs. The European Council of Ministers adopted on December 12 a regulation introducing a single EU system for the protection of designs. This will replace the current system, where designs have to be registered separately in every member state where protection is sought.
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