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How you prosecute a patent can affect how enforceable the right is. Blayne Peacock and Tim Watkin explain why legal changes in Singapore could mean that applicants face unexpected consequences if they try to patent on the cheap in one of Asia's burgeoning R&D centres

Applicants are often bombarded with patent prosecution strategies. The patent system in Singapore has historically had a range of routes to grant, but changes to the law in 2004 have provided applicants with even more choice. It is critical that...


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