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The practitioner's guide to the PCT

Author: Jay A Erstling; Samson Helfgott; T David Reed; American Bar Association. Section of Intellectual Property Law.
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"The Patent Coooperation Treaty (PCT) is the heart of the international patent system and should be considered in every applicant's patent filing strategy. When it is used appropriately, the PCT is a cost-effective option for international patent protecting and provides benefits for applicants, patent offices, and third parties. Based on the authors' years of experience and the important lessons they have learned  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jay A Erstling; Samson Helfgott; T David Reed; American Bar Association. Section of Intellectual Property Law.
ISBN: 9781627220149 1627220143
OCLC Number: 835951539
Description: xvi, 278 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Contents: An overview of the PCT system --
PCT procedures --
International search and preliminary examination --
Post-filing procedures : publication, withdrawals, and recording changes --
Procedural safeguards : helpful options when things go wrong --
Entering the national phase --
Entry into the U.S. national phase --
Entry into the national phase in Europe, China and elsewhere --
PCT strategies and recommendations --
WIPO resources --
Afterword : the future of the PCT.
Other Titles: Practitioner's guide to the Patent Cooperation Treaty
Responsibility: Jay Erstling, Samson Helfgott, T. David Reed.

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"The Patent Coooperation Treaty (PCT) is the heart of the international patent system and should be considered in every applicant's patent filing strategy. When it is used appropriately, the PCT is a cost-effective option for international patent protecting and provides benefits for applicants, patent offices, and third parties. Based on the authors' years of experience and the important lessons they have learned along the way, this book demystifies the PCT to help practitioners employ the system to their client's advantage. Starting with an explanation of the PCT's framework and covering procedures, safeguards, and strategy in great detail, the comprehensive chapters provide the necessary tools to effectively understand and use this global system"--Page 4 of cover.

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