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Expansion of Scope of Exception to Lack of Novelty of Invention

The scope of exception to lack of novelty of an invention in Japan was expanded under the revised law.

The invention that have become publicly known as a result of an act of the person having the right to obtain a patent can be protected as exception to lack of novelty (Section 30(2) of the Japanese Patent Law).

As a result, the invention that have become publicly known through forms of publication, broadcasting and telecommunications can be protected in Japan.

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2012/06/28 | Comments Closed |

Category:Japanese Patent Law Patent in Japan

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