EPLA

AcronymDefinition
EPLAEuropean Patent Litigation Agreement
EPLAEl Paso Leadership Academy (El Paso, TX)
EPLAEnvironment and Planning Law Association (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
EPLAElectric Power Load Analysis
EPLAEnvironmental Planning and Landscape Architecture (various locations)
EPLAElectronics Precedence List Agency
EPLAElectronic Products License Agreement (online use agreement)
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The CEO of the Year Award was conferred upon the CEOs of Archroma Pakistan Limited, Pak Arab Refinery Limited and Epla Laboratories Limited in the categories of Multinational, Large National and SME category, respectively.
EPLA: Evaluacion del Procesamiento Linguistico en la Afasia.
The primary goal of the EPLA was to improve the European patent system by making the European patent litigation system more efficient.
EPLA estimates that there are more than 70,000 horse owners in the UK and the equine worming treatment market is valued at pounds 75m annually.
The EPLA has also been attacked because of the debate regarding
Mixing of CE with the PLA was generally carried in the twin-screw extrusion foaming experiments but, in one selected experiment, an internal mixer with a mixing volume of 60 [cm.sup.3] was used to make blends from ePLA with different CE contents between 0.2 and 2%.
After 1955, the development of the library profession has been closely linked with the efforts made by the Library Association of Bangladesh (LAB) (formerly EPLA: East Pakistan Library Association) since its establishment in 1956 (Hossain, 1980).
One of the most dramatic developments is that a large European molder of EPS beads has opted to polymerize its own PLA and make the world's first expanded PLA (EPLA) bead foams.
At the end of 2006, the prospects for the formation of a central European Patent Court by way of the European Patent Litigation Agreement (the 'EPLA') seemed slim when it became clear that the EPLA was set to be blocked by member states, with France leading the opposition.
This would be via reduction in translation requirements and a common court of patent appeal such as that provided for by the European Patent Litigation Agreement (EPLA).
So, Europeans thought up a new idea, which they called the European Patent Litigation Agreement (EPLA), which was designed; it appears, in order to make life easy for the troll.