IP Search Tools Basic
IP Search Tools
Intellectual Property Teaching Kit - IP Management Intermediate
Intellectual property reaches into everyone's daily lives. A basic awareness and understanding of IP is therefore essential for today’s university students, who are the engineers, researchers, lawyers, politicians and managers of tomorrow. IP Management is the last part of the kit, following on from IP Basics, IP Advanced and IP Search Tools. It contains the tools and information you need to de...
This webinar is a recording of an IP Expresso between Stefan Martin and Christoph Bartos from the Boards of Appeal. They discuss in detail some of the parameters applying to registration of geographical indications.Speakers: Christoph BARTOS and Stephan MARTIN - EUIPO - Board of Appeals
This presentation accounts for a survey study carried out for DG (Directorate General) Trade. It summrises the results of the study as well as the limitations of the results.Speaker: Vincent O’ Reilly - EUIPO - Observatory Department
This presentation reviews the results of a study conducted to analyse the contribution to the European economy of SMEs (Small/Medium Sized Enterprises): those which rely on IPR versus those which do not.Speaker: Nathan WAJSMAN - EUIPO - Observatory Department
Webinar which presents phase II of the study of IP contributions to the European Economy
This presentation provides an overview of the services offered by the EPO to help SMEs (Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises) innovate and protect their innovations. It also reviews the soft skills needed by SMEs in order to acquire the necessary competences in the area of Intellectual Property.
Presentation of the French approach to use of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in SMEs (Small/Medium Sized Enterprises), in particular as an instrument in the implementation of economic development in general and specifically of regional development.
The e-learning module on how to get a European patent is designed to help you find your way through the Guide for applicants, highlighting essential information and providing links to the corresponding sections of the Guide for further reading. This is an e-learning module developed by the European Patent Office.
CPC General Intermediate
CPC stands for Cooperative Patent Classification. This is the name of the new patent classification system which has been jointly developed by the EPO and USPTO. The CPC will align patent procedures more closely and deliver substantial efficiency gains, at the same time as incorporating the best classification practices of the two offices and helping to eliminate duplication of work. This is ...