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Third Party Review System in Korea

A slide presentation by the Ja-Young Koo, Senior Patent Attorney with Koreana Patent Firm on the Third Party Review System in Korea (19 slides)

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Rights Granted by the Use / Registration of a Trademark & Non Patentable Materials

By Mónica A. Bonnett | Posse, Herrera, Ruiz

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Strategies to Speed Up Patent Prosecution in the Main Countries of Latin America

By Mónica A. Bonnett | Posse, Herrera, Ruiz

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International Grace Periods for Patents: Be Careful When You Disclose Your Invention

One of the most important rules of the patent system for inventors to remember is to refrain from publicizing your invention before you have an appropriate patent application filed. Learn why this is so important.

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13 Reasons Why You Want to File for Patent Protection in Hong Kong

Hong Kong patent protection is fairly simple to obtain and less expensive than filing for patent protection in many other industrialized countries. Read why you may want to consider filing for patent protection in Hong Kong.

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“Hey ol’chap, is my United Kingdom patent still valid with Brexit?”

Yes, you’re alright! From a legal perspective, nothing has changed following the Referendum. The UK is a signatory to the European Patent Convention, which is separate from the European Union. Even with the UK voting to leave the EU, your United Kingdom patent is still valid, and patent protection for the UK is still available through the European Patent Office.

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New Zealand Patent Office Issues First Software Patent Under New Law

One of the hotly debated topics during New Zealand’s patent law reform was the extent to which patent protection should be available for computer-implemented inventions. There is a widely held belief that New Zealand now has a ban on software patents. So how did the Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) issue a software patent under the new law that bans them?

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Impatient? How to Speed up Prosecution of European Applications Derived from PCT Applications

If you waive your right to receive a Rule 161 communication at the time you file the forms to enter the European Phase from a PCT application, it will speed up the formalities checks. Instead of waiting the entire six month term, with a waiver, the processing of your application will begin immediately.

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Latest Updates and Strategies for the Anticipated Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court

A January 2016 slide presentation presented by Myrna Schelling, Senior Counsel, introducing the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court offering strategies and practical tips. (30 slides)

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