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  1. Admiral Sir Alexander Robert Maule Ramsay (29 May 1881 – 8 October 1972) was a Royal Navy officer. He was the husband of Princess Patricia of Connaught, the youngest child of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, third son of Queen Victoria. He served with distinction during the First World War.

    • 1894–1942
    • Royal Navy
  2. 12 de ene. de 2024 · La princesa Patricia de Connaught fue considerada una de las princesas más elegibles de Europa en los albores del siglo XX.

  3. Alexander Arthur Alfonso David Maule Ramsay of Mar DL (21 de diciembre de 1919 - 20 de diciembre de 2000) fue el único hijo de la princesa Patricia de Connaught, quien renunció a su título y estilo real cuando se casó con- Capitán el Excmo. Alexander Ramsay en febrero de 1919.

  4. 19 de ene. de 2023 · Mr Ramsay and Mr Jacobi are taking up their respective posts as of today, 19 January 2023, marking yet another important Milestone for the Court. The Unified Patent Court is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Alexander Ramsay (SE) as Registrar and Mr Axel Jacobi (DE) as Deputy-Registrar.

  5. 18 de ene. de 2023 · He left the UPC somewhat unexpectedly late 2022, and now he’s back already: Alexander Ramsay, long-time chairman of the Preparatory Committee of the Unified Patent Court, has been appointed as Registrar of the new court. This has been announced on the UPC’s website.

  6. 15 de dic. de 2021 · Alexander Ramsay, chairman of the UPC Preparatory Committee, is optimistic. Two weeks ago, the Austrian parliament approved the Protocol for the Provisional Application of the UPC. Now, says Ramsay, the Europe-wide patent court could begin its preparation as soon as January 2022.

  7. 12 de feb. de 2024 · Alexander Ramsay, registrar of the Court and former chairman of the UPC’s preparatory committee, has said this in an interview with Kluwer IP Law. According to Ramsay, the court is working hard and spending a lot of resources to remedy ‘three layers of difficulties’.