2 edition of A guide to patent law in Singapore found in the catalog.
A guide to patent law in Singapore
|Other titles||Patent law in Singapore|
|Statement||general editor, Alban Kang with ATMD, Isabel Chng, and Simon Seow.|
|Contributions||Kang, Alban., Chng, Isabel Mui Lin., Seow, Simon., Alban Tay Mahtani & de Silva (Firm), Singapore.|
|LC Classifications||KPP116 .G85 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 450 p. :|
|Number of Pages||450|
|LC Control Number||2007442124|
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Singapore protects inventive designs and processes through the Patents Act, which is based on the United Kingdom’s Patents Act of Singapore patents are protected internationally under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).
According to IPOS, “a patent. The grant of a patent entitles the patentee to a limited monopoly (twenty years in Singapore) in return for which the patentee must disclose the invention in a patent specification which is published and thus becomes public knowledge.
For more information on patents in Singapore. Unfortunately, a patent is territorial – this means that the scope of patent protection is limited to the specific country which has granted the patent.
The only instance in which a party will be held liable for infringement based on its activities occurring outside Singapore, is when said party has made an offer to the Singapore Author: Bridget Goh. Recently, the news about the legal patent lawsuit between Apple and Creative have renewed my interest in patent law again.
So, I decide to create a simple guide for those who want to file a patent Author: Bernard Leong. Patent applications are subject to the payment of the grant fee in Singapore. The first annual fee is due on the fourth anniversary of the Singaporean filing date (for the fifth year).
Representation by a patent attorney ; Foreigners must perform the patent prosecution in Singapore through an agent, a Singaporean-registered patent attorney. An Act to establish a new law of patents, to enable Singapore to give effect to certain international conventions on patents, and for matters connected therewith.
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Under Singapore’s Copyright Act, it is a criminal offense for a person or company to conduct willful copyright infringement. The statute of limitations for.This manual deals with patents and how they are applied for and registered.
The objective of this manual is to help the reader to develop a general understanding of the skills needed for drafting a patent application, filing it and working with patent authorities to have it issued as a patent. Since national/regional laws File Size: KB.
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