Trilateral offices commit to cooperate
Speakers at the public users conference of the 25th annual meeting of the Trilateral Patent Offices on Thursday emphasized the need for global harmonization of the patent application process
The Trilateral Co-operation which comprises the USPTO, the JPO and the EPO collectively examines well over half of all of the patent applications in the world and began efforts to collaborate on harmonization in 1983.
But patent offices...
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