Brimelow: why offices must collaborate
Alison Brimelow, the new president of the European Patent Office, says that she is "profoundly worried" by the consequences of a shift towards high volumes of applications and long pendency
In an interview, she told Managing Intellectual Property magazine that patent offices must consider new ways of cooperating if they are to cope with escalating demand for patents.
Brimelow spoke to MIP days before taking over from Alain Pompidou as...
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