Areas of Patent:

Ø Searches & legal advice on availability/ability to register of Inventions

Ø Application for establishing IP rights over Inventions
  • Preparation of filing application
  • Prosecution of application
  • Appeal against objection/ refusal
  • Advisory service
Ø Intellectual property litigation:
  • Correspondence for opposition / cancellation of certificate/ patent
  • Temporary injunction to settle infringement
  • Request for administrative sanction
  • Initiation of civil/ criminal court proceeding
Ø Maintenance and transfer of rights:
  • Maintenance patents
  • Recordal of licensing/ assignment agreement
  • Consulting services on pricing negotiating
  • Drafting license/ assignment agreement/technology transfer
Ø Others:
  • Request for duplication of certificates/ patents
  • Recordal of changes of applicants/proprietors of IP objects
  • Translation of documents

Requaired Documents:
  • Specification with claims and an abstract in English version (to be translated into the Indonesian language);
  • Drawings (if any);
  • Power of Attorney (simply signed). The copy of the POA is accepted for filing application but the original one must be submitted within 01 month from the filing date;
  • Assignment of invention, simply signed (if the applicant is not the inventor);
  • Statement (simply signed)
  • Certified copy of Priority Document and its English translation if the application claims priority rights (If claimed)

For the National Phase entry of a PCT application: apart from the above documents except Certified copy of Priority Document , the following PCT documents are required: PCT publication, International Preliminary Examination Report, Notification of Change, International Search Report

Term for the Indonesian National Phase entry of a PCT application:
Chapter I : 30 months from the priority date;
Chapter II : 31 months from the priority date.

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