Following months of speculation, the Irish government has confirmed that a referendum concerning the country's participation in the Unified Patent Court will take place in June 2024. Should the population return a 'yes' vote, Dublin would become the next seat of the UPC.
Ireland’s government has confirmed that a referendum on the country’s participation in the UPC will take place in June 2024, alongside the local and European elections. According to a post on LinkedIn, Neale Richmond, member of Fine Gael and minister of state with responsibility for business, employment and retail, announced the development on Monday in the Seanad, or senate, of Ireland. Read more