K.P.E.N.V. v. Polish Patent Office, Supreme Administrative Court (Naczelny Sąd Administracyjny), 19 April 2012

Kluwer Patent Blog
August 9, 2012

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The Supreme Administrative Court stated that the patentability requirements used by the Polish Patent Office should be construed in compliance with the patentability requirements provided in the European Patent Convention (EPC), and held that the technical character of a computer implemented invention should be examined by applying a liberal interpretation of the patentability requirements adopted by the European Patent Office.

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