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New! The Federated European Patent Register

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2015 7:11 am
by EPO / Patent Information
The Federated European Patent Register was launched yesterday.

The Federated Register view displays official bibliographic and legal status data relating to European patents in the national post-grant phase of the designated states concerned. It’s important to know that this information is hosted in the national patent registers, not in the European Patent Register. The Federated Register retrieves this legal status information and displays it in the European Patent Register. The accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of these national legal status data are the responsibility of the participating national offices.

In this first proof of concept version the participating member states are Luxembourg, Serbia and Slovenia

More national offices will participate as the corresponding technical infrastructures are developed and implemented.

Click here for more information on the Federated European Patent Register.

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UPDATE - FINLAND joins The Federated European Patent Registe

Posted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 8:29 am
by EPO / Patent Information
Finland has joined the Federated European Patent Register!!!!

The Federated Register view displays official bibliographic and legal status data relating to European patents in the national post-grant phase of the designated states concerned. It’s important to know that this information is hosted in the national patent registers, not in the European Patent Register. The Federated Register retrieves this legal status information and displays it in the European Patent Register. The accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of these national legal status data are the responsibility of the participating national offices.

In this first proof of concept version the participating member states are Finland, Luxembourg, Serbia and Slovenia

More national offices will participate as the corresponding technical infrastructures are developed and implemented.

Click here for more information on the Federated European Patent Register.