Tag Archives: patent fees

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The next topic I’ll cover in our “Monitoring Patent Costs” series will be patent annuity or maintenance fees. Often times, applicants are unaware of these fees for “maintaining” a patent, and depending on the issuing jurisdiction and the age of … Continue reading

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For the next installment of our ongoing series entitled “Monitoring Patent Costs”, I’d like to detail the European validation process. For most countries, the process of getting a patent is simple. File the application, overcome any rejections during examination, pay … Continue reading

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For every applicant, big or small, patent costs are an issue. Patent prosecution requires a heavy financial commitment and every dollar saved means more funds available for broader protection, R&D, or marketing. This article discusses excess claims fees and ways … Continue reading

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Hi everyone! See below for a roundup of foreign patent filing news from the week of March 11th: The USPTO’s new fee schedule is live and goes into effect March 19, 2013. Looking to license your patent? Google wants to … Continue reading

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Our friends at Reinhold Cohn & Partners recently released a newsletter highlighting the latest IP developments in Israel.  Here are some of the articles that caught our attention:

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On January 1st, 2013 the Israeli Patent Office will implement new regulations dramatically affecting official fees for both local and PCT applications entering the national phase. The tables below detail each of the fees required by the Office with the … Continue reading

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Happy autumn everyone! Here’s your look at the latest foreign filing news from the first week of October: Effective today: A new USPTO fee schedule reveals only minor increases. Cornell’s new graduate technology school in NYC is now home to … Continue reading

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Planning on filing a utility application? Does it have more than 20 claims? File today before USPTO fees GO UP TOMORROW! Actually, it’s not that bad. A new USPTO fee schedule will come into effect tomorrow, increasing certain fees by … Continue reading