Reply to post: Re: Property is Theft...

European Patent Office's document churning snatches Germany's attention: 'We are concerned about quality'

Potemkine!

Re: Property is Theft...

Sorry for not taking for granted SUEPO's arguments just because they are repeated again and again. When one keeps saying the same side of the story it makes me become skeptical.

As for the ILO-AT go yourself on the ILO website which is public and check the numbers of EPO cases by yourself.

Ok, let's do that. I also look at the last decisions of ILO-AT regarding complaints against EPO

Judgment #3894: The complaint is dismissed

Judgment #3893: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3892: The complaint is dismissed

Judgment #3891: The complaints are dismissed.

Judgment #3890: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3888: The complaints are dismissed.

Judgment #3887: The EPO shall pay the complainant 20,000 euros in moral damage.All other claims are dismissed.

Judgment #3819: The application for review is dismissed.

Judgement #3817: The application for review is dismissed.

Judgment #3814: The complaint is dismissed

Judgment #3813: The complaint is dismissed

Judgment #3812: The complaints are dismissed.

Judgment #3811: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3810: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3809: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3808: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3807: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3806: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3805: The complaint is dismissed.

Judgment #3804: The complaint is dismissed

We speak of serious business here

€2,000,000,000/year, yep, it's a serious business indeed, with big interests

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