No. For the time being, and in the absence of specialized courts and judges, legal matters such as patent infringement cases are handled in courts of first instances or civil courts depending on the country. An expert or a panel of experts is appointed by the court to provide both a legal and technical opinion on an ongoing case. The court will take into account arguments presented by both parties as well as the expert opinion prior to issuing a decision. The expert opinion may be challenged during the proceedings and further experts brought in.