Tag Archives: patents

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Hello, readers.  Let’s get right to it. Please read on for all foreign filing updates from the week of June 2nd: This great read by the WSJ explores why patents are on the rise (some of the reasons aren’t what … Continue reading

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You know the drill! Read below for the latest updates in foreign patent filing news. Have a great weekend and enjoy Superbowl Sunday! inovia news: We have a lot of exciting events lined up in the next few months.  If … Continue reading

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The EPO released a report on September 30th detailing the effect of Intellectual Property Rights on the economy in the European Union.  The publication looked at the impact of IPR in terms of GDP, employment, wages and trade.  The study … Continue reading

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The five largest Intellectual Property Offices in the world – the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the European Patent Office (EPO), the Japan Patent Office (JPO), the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), and the State Intellectual Property Office … Continue reading

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Good morning and Happy Friday.  As the summer continues to fly by, take some time to read the latest updates in foreign patent filing news: This week marks the 223rd anniversary of the first granted US patent. Here’s to 223 … Continue reading

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Hello and Happy Friday! We have collected the latest headlines in foreign patent filing news for your consideration: This interesting blog post looks at whether or not song titles should be entitled to IP protection in India.  What are your … Continue reading

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The following news was provided by our friends at Saba & Co., inovia’s agent for PCT national stage entry filings in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Syria and Tunisia. As of April 1, 2013, the Egyptian Patent Office started operating as an … Continue reading

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We briefly discussed the difference between PCT and Paris Convention filings here and here.  Let’s go into a little more detail.

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Hi everyone! We’re wrapping up this week with a look at the best foreign filing news from around the world: The EPO reported a record number of activities for 2012, with over 65,000 granted patents published. The USPTO is teaming … Continue reading

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Hi everyone! Here’s a roundup of the latest foreign filing/patenting news from the week of January 7th: The USPTO opened a new Patent and Trademark resource center this week, and it’s right in our backyard! It’s been exactly one month … Continue reading