patent system

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Noun1.patent system - a legal system for protecting the rights of inventors
legal system - a system for interpreting and enforcing the laws
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Europe is moving towards an entirely new patent system that could come into effect as early as 2016.
Greater transparency around patent ownership is vital to eliminating transactional inefficiencies and enabling a patent system that runs optimally for every constituent in the system; from patent owners to innovators, licensees and the public.
What is your opinion about the role of the patent system in the economy, and the benefits it can bring to the society?
I can support measures to improve patent quality and curb excessive litigation costs for all users of the patent system.
The use of the tax patent system is unfair competition where good businesses fell off the market, expert of the NISI Tilek Sayakbai said this on December 5 at the round table on shadow employment in Kyrgyzstan.
With the patent system plagued by such troubles as the sharp increase in the number of patent applications, decrease in the quality of patent rights, and increase in the cost of patent infringement lawsuits, Shimanami (law, Kobe U.
Muscat, June 24 (ONA) The national seminar on "Effective Use of Patent System to Promote Innovation," organized by the Intellectual Property Department in cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) began at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry today.
The proposed rules of practice are intended to establish a more efficient and streamlined patent system to improve patent quality and limit unnecessary litigation related to patent disputes.
Attempts to establish a common patent system have for years been stymied by technical, legal, and linguistic complications.
Both Congress and the Obama administration see reform of the patent system as a means of jumpstarting the U.
Meurer, professors at the Boston University School of Law, provides a useful and highly informative antidote to the "faith-based" reasoning that usually dominates discussions of the patent system.