Friday Foreign Filing Roundup

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Hi friends! We’ve gathered some of the latest stories in foreign filing/patenting news from the week of June 10th:

  • The US Supreme Court ruled that isolated human genes may not be patented.
  • Spain challenged the Unitary European Patent system again, this time targeting the Regulations underpinning the UPS. 
  • Recently the EPO awarded a prize for European satellite technologies, a growing market expected to be worth €244 by the end of this decade.
  • The EPO and IEEE Standards Association announced their renewed cooperation memorandum

Have a great weekend! Please be sure to check us out on Twitter @inoviaIP

Friday Foreign Filing Roundup

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Hi everyone! Here’s what we found in the way of foreign filing news from the week of September 23rd:

  • The Unitary European Patent system is raising litigation concerns for US companies, including tech giants like Google, Apple, and Microsoft.
  • The five largest IP offices in the world agreed to launch a Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) program to fast track patent examination procedures and utilize each others available work.
  • This article looks at the challenges universities are facing regarding licensing issues.
  • inovia news:  We are excited to participate in events all around the world throughout the fall and winter.  We’d love to see you there!

Have a fantastic weekend, readers! For updates and exciting inovia announcements, follow us on Twitter @inoviaIP.