Report Examines Recent Developments at Major Patenting Authorities Worldwide
PHILADELPHIA and LONDON, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Healthcare and Science business of Thomson Reuters today released its 2009 Patent Focus Report. Authored by Joff Wild, editor of Intellectual Asset Management magazine, and published in the Thomson Reuters KnowledgeLink(SM) eNewsletter, this report explores recent activities at each of the world's major patenting authorities (USA, Europe, Japan, China and India). The report is available free at http://go.thomsonreuters.com/pfr2009.
"The 2009 Patent Focus Report combines expert insight with the stories behind the statistics," said Tim Hamer, SVP Global Marketing Services at Thomson Reuters. "This highly anticipated report discusses the issues facing the world's major issuing authorities and dissects significant patent disputes and their outcomes."
Key findings from the 2009 Patent Focus Report include:
Published as part of the customizable KnowledgeLink eNewsletter, the 2009 Patent Focus Report draws on the expertise of Thomson Reuters specialists and guest authors, and delivers unique insight into trends in information management and cutting-edge research for information professionals, research scientists and intellectual property specialists. KnowledgeLink is distributed every two months to subscribers who can register for free and select their customized content at scientific.thomsonreuters.com/news.
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