Friday Foreign Filing Roundup

Here’s a look at the foreign filing/patent law news from the week of October 24, 2011:

  • The USPTO shared details on new developments for the Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) Project.
  • Fire shuts down WIPO premises for two days.
  • IPWatchdog (with help from our founder and Australian Patent Attorney Justin Simpson) examines the debate over prior user rights. 
  • WIPO initiative pools IP organizations for research on TB, malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.
  • Our CEO David Nelson discusses the strategy around selecting where to seek patent protection.

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