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AllEuropean Patent Office (EPO)

EPO Study: Women’s participation in inventive activity

Women's participation in inventive activity The European Patent Office (EPO) today published an in-depth study on women's activity as inventors and provides an overview of the inventive activity across, among others, different countries,...
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Pre-Collision Warning for Patent Applications

How to Reduce Patent Prosecution Risks Among the many automotive industry advancements that have improved driver safety, some of the most notable are the inventions that use predictive modeling and analysis to reduce...
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Qthena Insights: Unitary Patent

The European patent industry is excited about the potential of the Unitary Patent System finally getting into force during 2023. One of the big decisions for applicants is what to do with potential...
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AllEuropean Patent Office (EPO)Opposition Insights

Part 2: Is ViCo Really Impacting Opposition Decisions?

While our subscribers already had access to our ViCo follow-up report since July, we are making our latest findings available to the public today. In our initial study we analysed the impact of...
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Should I Oppose the Patent?

Traditionally, the legal field is not known for advising its clients with data-driven insights. As most of you are surely aware of by now, here at ipQuants we want to change this traditional...
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AllEuropean Patent Office (EPO)Examination InsightsStrategic Insights

How Many Official Communications does your Examiner usually Issue?

Ever wondered how many Official Communications you can risk before the EPO Primary Examiner had “enough”? A common answer you will get is “two to four”, unless you get the equally common answer...
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