Patent Law

A patent is a form of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention for a limited period of years in exchange for publishing an enabling public disclosure of the invention. In most countries, patent rights fall under private law and the patent holder must sue someone infringing the patent in order to enforce his or her rights. In some industries patents are an essential form of competitive advantage; in others they are irrelevant.The procedure for granting patents, requirements placed on the patentee, and the extent of the exclusive …

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NBER: National Bureau of Economic Research · 6 June 2024 English

Do stronger intellectual property rights incentivize female participation in innovation? We provide new evidence on this question using a unique database of artificial intelligence patents publicly shared by the USPTO. …

The Chinese government made amendments to its patent law in 2000 to align it with the requirements of 2014; Stoianoff, 2012). While the changes to patent law set the stage for innovators to be incentivized incentives, such as the second amendment of Chinese patent law in 2000 and the exit of state-owned enterprises of Change Description 1 Article 11 of China’s Patent Law Article 11 gave exclusive rights to patent holders mission from the owner. 2 Article 60 of China’s Patent Law Article 60 was amended to include a specific


ADB: Asian Development Bank · 5 June 2024 English

This brief analyzes how Bangladesh can strengthen its regulatory ecosystem to bolster vaccine and pharmaceutical manufacturing, improve public health outcomes, and better prepare for future health emergencies.

property and compliance: Reforms • [PRC] The PRC patent law that entered into effect in 1984 was replaced Bangladesh in recent years, including a new patent law in 2022, which aimed to bring the country’s IP


ADB: Asian Development Bank · 31 May 2024 English

This brief analyzes Bangladesh’s thriving vaccine manufacturing industry and suggests how steps to strengthen intellectual property protection and build a skilled workforce can help it attract the investment it needs …

legislative reforms in recent years, including a new patent law in 2022, aimed to bring the country’s intellectual related to intellectual property, including a new patent law passed in April 2022. However, the system of


The South Centre · 22 May 2024 Spanish

The Supreme Court found that in the absence in the Bill of mitigatory measures -as allowed by the TRIPS Agreement- and of a working definition of the term “microorganism”, there …

Biotechnological Products: The case of Sri Lanka’s patent law (Research Paper 180, 9 August 2023) By Ruwan taken place in other jurisdictions and adapt the patent law to local conditions when developing tests or


EU: European Union · 15 May 2024 English

China’s convention and exhibition industry has shown a steady growth over the years. From only six international events held in 1978, the number of conventions and exhibitions in China surpassed …

especially by competitors. Consequences: China’s patent law offers a six-month grace period after the invention design at an international fair. While China’s Patent Law provides a grace period of six months for filing


ERIA: Economic Research Institute for ASEAN & East Asia · 14 May 2024 English

ERIA Research Project Report, 2024-01

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LCO: Law Commission of Ontario · 14 May 2024 English

More specifically, the project considers how to update traditional consumer protections such as notice and disclosure requirements, deception and unconscionability rules, and consumer enforcement in light of the new, complex, …

possibility of disgorgement damages was debated is in patent law. A patent holder may sue not just for in the


WIPO: World Intellectual Property Organization · 13 May 2024

ALANEZI (Mr.), First Secretary (Economic Section), Permanent Mission, Geneva ARMÉNIE/ARMENIA Délégués/Delegates Andranik HOVHANNISYAN (Mr.), Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission, Geneva Anna SARGSYAN (Ms.), Second Secretary, Permanent Mission, Geneva AUSTRALIE/AUSTRALIA Chefs …

Jean-Luc GAL (Mr.), Lawyer, Post-Grant Processes and Patent Law, Munich ORGANISATION MONDIALE DU COMMERCE (OMC)/WORLD



LCO: Law Commission of Ontario · 10 May 2024 English

More specifically, the project considers how to update traditional consumer protections such as notice and disclosure requirements, deception and unconscionability rules, and consumer enforcement in light of the new, complex, …

possibility of disgorgement damages was debated is in patent law. A patent holder may sue not just for in the


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