Patent applicants often wish to expand patent protection by filing outside the U.S. These applicants can take advantage of a few options – direct filing, filing through the PCT, and regional filings. But, prior public disclosure of an invention could be an insurmountable hurdle that may prevent applicants from achieving their goals.Read more »
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Preserving Patent Rights on a Global Stage: Foreign Filing Options and How to Successfully Navigate Novelty Requirements Posted on: January 17, 2019 In: Intellectual Property & Technology
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