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Barbara Abegg
Switzerland
João Carlos Assunção
Portugal
Massimo Baghetti
Italy
Shravan Kumar Bansal
India
Filipe Baptista
Portugal
Stefan Bianchin
Germany
Eyal Bressler
Israel
Cao Cao
Sweden
Giovanni F. Casucci
Italy
Radovan Cechvala
Slovakia
Shlomo Cohen
Israel
Steven Cooper
United States
Nuno Cruz
Portugal
Thomas Cuche
France
Jose de Pierola
Peru
Samuel Denis
Belgium
Albina Dlacic
Croatia
Paul England
United Kingdom
Markus Eustermann
Germany
Maria Rosa Fabara Vera
Ecuador
Wilfrido Fernandez
Paraguay
Niccolo Ferretti
Italy
Christoph Gasser
Switzerland
Paola Gelato
Italy
Therese Grennard
Sweden
Adam György
Hungary
Petr Holy
Czech Republic
Aglika Ivanova
Bulgaria
Laurine Janin-Reynaud
France
Charles-Antoine Joly
France
Daria Kaplunenko
Ukraine
Constantin Kletzer
Austria
Constantin Kurtz
Germany
Barbara La Tella
Italy
Olivier Legrand
France
Nanno M. Lenz, LL.M.
Germany
Amrita Majumdar
India
Alessandro Masetti
Italy
Jose Juan Mendez
Mexico
Richard Milchior
France
Kristof Neefs
Belgium
Charleen O'Keeffe
Ireland
Nevin Öner
Türkiye
Anita Peter
Germany
Jurga Petniunaite
Lithuania
Filippo Pretato
Italy
Carlo Sala
Italy
Sebastian Schiller
Germany
Manisha Singh
India
MARIOS SIOUFAS
Greece
Matthias Stolmár
Germany
Eszter Szakacs
Hungary
Mihaela Teodorescu
Romania
Sarah Turp
United Kingdom
Julian F. Wachinger, LL.M.
Germany
Sergey Zuykov
Russian Federation
Patent Committee
Chair
F. Peter Müller
Germany
DESCRIPTION
The mission of the Patent Committee is to be an expert spokesman regarding the enforcement of patents on an EU-wide level, including the European Union, national and international provisions. This comprises, inter alia, the examination and elaboration of recommendations on the patent enforcement tools in the European, international and national patent law in order to promote and improve the patent enforcement system on the European, international and national level, as well as to increase its worldwide visibility.

MISSION STATEMENT
The ECTA Patent Committee is primarily dealing with all post-grant procedures of patents in the European Union, especially with regard to the rules relating to Unitary Patent Protection, the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court, European Union regulations on standard essential patents, compulsory licensing of patents in EU-wide crisis situations, and the revision of the legislation on supplementary protection certificates, as well as national and international rules on post-grant issues such as cross-border enforcement of patents, compulsory licensing and related issues and questions. The Committee’s aim is thereby to become a partner to the European Commission, the EUIPO, the UPC and national authorities in patent questions relating to the Unitary Patent, related rights and their enforcement and to gain more expertise in patent matters, including the Unified Patent Court System.