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Hi everybody! We’ve rounded up the latest in foreign filing news from the week of October 22nd: The USPTO is backing new patent assistance programs for America’s inventors. Seven new languages have been added to the EPO’s patent translation service. … Continue reading

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Hi everyone! Before you take off on your Labor Day weekend, have a look at the foreign filing/patenting news for the last week of August: More on the America Invents Act: Can any patent applicant qualify as “small entity“? Australia … Continue reading

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Hello everyone! Here’s a look at the foreign filing/patenting news from the week of July 2nd: As part of a larger effort to spur economic development and increase American innovation, The U.S. Commerce Department has officially named the four locations … Continue reading

Posted by Cara Verwholt on

inovia and a group of four panelists discussed strategies for cost-effective foreign patent filing at the AUTM 2012 Annual Meeting last week in Anaheim, CA. IP portfolio strategy, cost-effective foreign filing, Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) programs, and effective use of … Continue reading

Posted by Cara Verwholt on

Welcome to this week’s Foreign Filing Roundup, where we take a look at the foreign filing/patent law news from the week of February 6, 2012: An agreement for a unified European patent is expected “in days,” according to the EU’s … Continue reading