The book in question is Transitions in European Patent Law. Influences of the Unitary Patent Package by Rosa Maria Ballardini, Marcus Norrgård and Niklas Bruun. It's published by Wolters Kluwer, who have this to say about it:
[you can read all about PatLim here] – nineteen prominent experts explore issues arising in the context of the emerging European patent system. The book analyses how substantive and procedural patent law rules in highly complex technologies interact within each other’s frameworks and within the overall IP framework, as well as within the frameworks of other intellectual property rights and other fields of law, such as competition law. Topics and issues include the following:At £118 it's not even dear for a book on patents these days. Further particulars are available from Wolters Kluwer here.
* judicial independence of specialized courts;There is also a valuable comparison with the most recent transatlantic patent reforms, such as the America Invents Act of 2011. This is the first book to put the current evolution of European patent law in legal, economic, historical, and technological perspectives. As such, this important collection provides a rich understanding of the ways that patent law reacts to and provokes complex technological phenomena. The controversial issues raised and solutions and interpretations offered will be well worth the study of patent professionals within and beyond the European patent ecosystem.
* the concept of dynamic patent governance;
* legal certainty in patent law;
* the inventive step and patent policy;
* prior rights, conflicting applications, and secret prior art;
* patent interpretation and the doctrine of equivalents;
* preliminary injunctions in the Unified Patent Court; and
* misuse of patent application procedures.