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The definition of product in the SPC Regulation: (Part 1 of 2) What's in a name?


02 October 2017

​Nicola Dagg and Steve Baldwin, along with Dr Tony Rollins, discuss the EU Commission’s decision to conduct a study into the legal aspects of Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs).  This, along with the UK’s recent vote to leave the EU make now an appropriate time to consider the current law as set out in the SPC Regulation.

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This material was first published by Thomson Reuters and Contributors in Nicola Dagg, Steve Baldwin and Dr Tony Rollins , “The definition of product in the SPC Regulation: (Part 1 of 2) What's in a name?”, (2017) 39 (9) E.I.P.R. 555-564, and is reproduced by agreement with the Publishers


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