"Supporters hope a lot of software patents associated with the establishment of a European Patent Court, as the count of the fact that they will be slow. Opponents argue that the establishment of such a court - where, on a European level, there is no political and parliamentary control over the patent system - it is dangerous if Poland wants to continue to play in these debates a major role, it must prepare the analysis, to formulate proposals and submit them to the European level. Initiation of such action is aimed at, among others UPRP, na której zostanie przedstawiona przez prof. UPRP the forthcoming conference, which will be presented by the professor. dr hab. Aurelia Nowicka of the University. Adam Mickiewicz, and executed on behalf of the Ministry of Economy, the analysis of the current state of software patent protection. On the advice of the Polish government have already been used in the latest debate in Parliament."