granting of European patents

introduction to the Convention on the Grant of European Patents, Munich, October 5, 1973
  • 435 Pages
  • 0.91 MB
  • English
A. W. Sijthoff , Leyden
Patent laws and legislation -- Europe., Patents (International



Other titlesEuropean patent convention. 1975.
Statementby M. van Empel.
SeriesEuropean aspects ; no. 16
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 435 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4935753M
ISBN 109028603654
LC Control Number76362786

The grant of a European patent may be requested for one or more of the Contracting States. Article 43 European Patent Organisation (1) A European Patent Organisation, hereinafter referred to as the Organi-sation, is established by this Convention.

It shall have administrative and fi-nancial autonomy. (2) The organs of the Organisation shall be. An official handbook from the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, the European Patents Handbook is your definitive guide to patents, with practical assistance for handling every aspect of European patent procedures.

Granting of European Patent. When the European Patent Office (EPO) agrees that an application is ready to be granted, there are various procedures that must be followed and actions to be completed within certain time limits.

Grant stage of European Patents However, if the requested changes are significant, then substantive examination may resume. When approving the patent specification, the Applicant must complete the grant formalities, which include payment of the grant and printing fees, as well as filing a translation of the finally approved claims in FrenchFile Size: KB.

MULTILATERAL Convention on the Grant of European Patents (European Patent Convention) (with Implementing Regulations, Protocol on Jurisdiction and the Recognition of Deci sions in Respect of the Right to the Grant of a Euro pean Patent, Protocol on Privileges and Immunities of the European Patent Organisation, Protocol on the.

This 16th edition of the European Patent Con-vention (EPC) contains the revised texts of the Convention and its protocols which entered into force on 13 Decemberand the Imple-menting Regulations as in force since 1 May ; also included is an amendment to those regulations which enters into force on 1 November The European patent is usually granted within years from filing.

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The grant fee has to be paid and the final version of the claims need to be translated to all three official languages (EN, DE, FR) and submitted during this period of time.

Once the mention of the grant is published in the Bulletin. The 16 th edition of the European Patent Convention (published June ) is available. It contains: the Convention on the Grant of European Patents (EPC) as in force since 13 December ; the EPC Implementing Regulations as in force since 1May but also including an amendment that entered into force on 1 November The grant of a patent, a supplementary protection certificate (SPC) or a utility model is subject to review as to whether or not the requirements for patentability have been met.

Patents are granted by national patent offices or the European Patent Office (EPO) after an File Size: 87KB. Grant of your European patent begins with the issuance of the Notice of Intent to Grant, or the 71(3) Communication.

You have 4 months after issuance of the Notice to translate the claims into French and German (assuming your application was originally filed in English) and pay the print and grant.

When the European Patent Office (EPO) agrees that an application may be granted, a number of steps must be taken for the European patent to come into force. The purpose of this page is to explain these steps and give an idea of the likely time scales and costs.

Note: Within nine months of the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent in the European Patent Bulletin, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to that patent, in accordance with the e soutlons i ofthes e publciatons i have substan-tially the same disadvantages that are.

Granted European patents. SS 3 shows granted patents in the name of `Firm B'. The European patent numbers are collected in a MEM list and downloaded.

With a wordprocessor the list of patent numbers is edited to delete superfluous characters and add the qualifier PRS to every patent by: Download EPO data. This area allows subscribers to download weekly batches of bulk data. The batches are password-protected.

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Get this from a library. The granting of European patents: introduction to the Convention on the Grant of European Patents, Munich, October 5, [M van Empel]. Acquiring Patent through a European Procedure European patent is a patent granted on the basis of the Munich Convention concerning the granting of the European patent protection of October 5, (hereinafter referred to as the "Convention").

A European Patent Application can be filed either with the European Patent Office (hereinafter referred to as "EPO") or the Hungarian. The European Patent Convention (EPC), also known as the Convention on the Grant of European Patents of 5 Octoberis a multilateral treaty instituting the European Patent Organisation and providing an autonomous legal system according to which European patents are on: Munich, Germany.

The European Patent (EP) makes it possible to obtain patent protection in nearly 40 countries just by filing a single application and following a single grant procedure at the EPO. The applicant then just needs to validate this grant decision in the countries in which the protection is sought.

Therefore, an EP provides applicants a less costly andFile Size: KB. The Patents Act is the main law governing the patents system in the UK. An unofficial consolidation produced by Patents Legal Section, July Author: Intellectual Property Office.

In some regions, a regional patent office, for example, the European Patent Office (EPO) and the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO), accepts regional patent applications, or grants patents.

These have the same effect as applications filed. This module deals with amendments to patents after grant (often known as limitation or reducing the scope of the patent). It does not cover amendments made to patent applications in the course of prosecution before the relevant patent office, nor amendments made in opposition proceedings by auxiliary requests before the European Patent OfficeFile Size: 99KB.

UNSPECIFIED () Munich diplomatic conference for the setting up a European system for the grant of patents (Munich, 10 September to 6 October ).

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Preparatory documents drawn up by the Inter-Governmental Conference for the setting up of a European System for the Grant of Patents and published by the Government of the Federal Republic. European patent costs were historically prohibitively expensive because applicants had to apply for individual patents in each nation until the European Patent Convention (EPC) established the European Patent Office (EPO) to administer a unified process.

Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), 38 countries now recognize EPO-approved applications, dramatically lowering European patent.

The costs for a European patent filed at the European Patent Office1 and validated in 6 and 13 countries are high in absolute terms compared to national patents.

However, relative to market size these costs are lower than in most NPOs analysed in EU Member States when translation costs and the simplified procedure are considered. The term European patent is used to refer to patents granted under the European Patent Convention (EPC).

Two ways can be appropriate for getting European patent. First of all, Inventor can file patent application directly with the country or countries in EU in which patents are desired. eg (7 digits) Important note: Certified copies of the European patent application (priority document) (R.

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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. intellectual property: • Patents By virtue of the grant of a patent, patentee gets the exclusive rights in his favour that prevent the third parties (not having his consent) from making, using, offering for sale, selling or importing the patented product or process within the territory ofFile Size: KB.

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A European patent may be opposed once it is granted.

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The opposition is handled by the European Patent Office (EPO) and so is a central procedure effective for all designated countries, i.e.

the EPO opposition procedure is separate and in addition to national invalidity/revocation procedures.The EPO Grant Phase - Briefing Note Patents A final stage in the successful prosecution of European patent applications is the issuance by the European Patent Office (EPO) of a Notice of Allowance Communication under Rule 71(3) EPC.

In most instances this is good news. However, it is important to pay careful attentionFile Size: KB.Convention on the Grant of European Patents (European Patent Convention) with related documents ; Munich, 5 October