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In order for the single patent court to enter into force, the agreement must have entered into force and practical arrangements must be made. Countries can also set up a regional department that will serve as the local department of the group. The agreement does not specify which countries would create local or regional departments. Breyer`s questions are based on current EU jurisprudence. According to EU case law, in Case C-22/70, EU Member States cannot conclude agreements with so-called third countries that affect EU rules or modify their scope. Since Brexit, the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union considers the United Kingdom as a « third country » under Article 216. In some cases of patent litigation, the EU and the UK may continue to assume common obligations. However, Brexit means that other EU member states no longer have this right. Breyer argues that this makes a UPC deal involving the UK untenable.
refer the case to the Central Chamber for decision, with the agreement of the parties. In addition to completing the work of the Preparatory Committee, the EPO Select Committee is carrying out preparatory work for the implementation of the unitary patent, which must be completed « in good time before the PEA is put into operation », as the uniform patent rules will apply from the date of entry into force of the EPK Convention.  As of June 2015, the Select Committee is expected to complete its work in the fall of 2015.  The agreement was concluded on 19 24 states, of which all states participating in enhanced cooperation actions, with the exception of Bulgaria and Poland, signed in Brussels on 24 February 2013, while Italy, which did not associate itself with the enhanced cooperation measures, signed the UPC agreement. It is open to each Member State of the European Union (whether or not it has participated in the unitary patent), but not to other parties to the European Patent Convention. . . .