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EUIPO : Prix Design Europa 2020 / European Design Award 2020 postponed to October 2021

Date : 13/07/2020 – Source : Office de l’Union européenne pour la propriété intellectuelle (EUIPO) – Lien

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the DesignEuropa 2020 ceremony, organised by the EUIPO, which was due to have been held in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on 20 October 2020, has been postponed.

The ceremony will now take place in Eindhoven in October 2021.

This decision has been taken in close collaboration with the Dutch authorities and with the organisers of Dutch Design Week, during which DesignEuropa 2020 was to have been held.

The safety, health and welfare of all our guests, finalists and jury members is of the utmost importance to us. After careful consideration and close monitoring of the current situation, we decided to postpone the ceremony by 12 months, so it could take place during Dutch Design Week 2021.

2020-07-14T14:33:53+00:0014 juillet, 2020|

OEB étude : Brevets et fabrication additive

Date : 13/07/2020 – Source : Office européen des brevets (OEB) – Lien

L’Europe, pôle mondial d’innovation en matière d’impression 3D

La dernière étude globale de l’OEB intitulée “Brevets et fabrication additive – Tendances en matière de technologies d’impression 3D” montre que l’innovation dans ce domaine connaît un grand essor dans de nombreuses industries.

Les demandes de brevet européen dans le domaine de la fabrication additive (FA), connue également sous le nom d’impression 3D, ont augmenté à un taux annuel moyen de 36% entre 2015 et 2018, comme le montre une nouvelle étude de l’Office européen des brevets (OEB). […]

Vous pouvez télécharger l’intégralité du rapport (en anglais) sur le site web de l’OEB.

La synthèse est disponible en français.

2020-07-14T14:01:26+00:0014 juillet, 2020|

BOIP rapport annuel 2019

Date : 10/07/2020 – Source : Office Benelux de la Propriété intellectuelle (BOIP) – Lien

Rapport annuel 2019 : une nouvelle stratégie

L’Office Benelux de la Propriété intellectuelle (BOIP) a publié son rapport annuel 2019.

Ragnar Gustafsson, qui a remplacé le Directeur Général Edmond Simon en 2019, a développé avec des collaborateurs la nouvelle stratégie du BOIP “Ensemble vers un BOIP à l’épreuve du temps”.

En 2019, le BOIP a beaucoup investi dans les collaborations avec les partenaires de la PI du Benelux et se concentre, dans ce cadre, sur les marques et les modèles. Il a aussi poursuivi l’optimisation de ses services en ligne. […]

Le Rapport annuel 2019 du BOIP est disponible en ligne.

2020-07-14T09:26:06+00:0013 juillet, 2020|

BOIP : Consulter le Registre des marques?

Date : 09/07/2020 – Source :  Office Benelux de la Propriété intellectuelle (BOIP) – Lien

Si vous souhaitez enregistrer votre marque, vous devrez entre autres vérifier si elle existe déjà ou si elle ressemble à une marque déposée dans le registre du BOIP. Pour vous faciliter la tâche, le BOIP a récemment doté le registre de nouvelles fonctions de recherche beaucoup plus simples. Quelques explications :

Comment faire une recherche ?

  • Indiquez le nom de votre marque dans le champ de recherche et les marques similaires déjà existantes s’affichent.
  • Vous avez créé un logo ? À l’aide de l’image et de la petite caméra, vous pouvez rechercher tous les logos qui ressemblent au vôtre.camera symbol


2020-07-14T10:07:42+00:0010 juillet, 2020|

EUIPO Trade Mark Focus Report: 2010-2019 Evolution

Date : 03/06/2020 – Source : Office de l’Union européenne pour la propriété intellectuelle (EUIPO)Lien

This new report, showing the progressive success of the European Union trade mark (EUTM) over the last decade, builds upon and updates the first edition of the Trade Mark Focus Report published in 2018.

Nearly 1.27 million EUTM filings in over 3.4 million goods and services classes were filed from 2010 to 2019, which equates to an average annual growth rate of 5.6 % and an overall growth rate of 63.1 % when comparing the 2019 and 2010 filing volumes. […]

The Top 10 EUTM applicants are all large multinational enterprises and market leaders in their respective sectors. However, they collectively represent just 1.3 % of overall EUTM applications, or some 497 000 different applicants, the majority of which are small and medium enterprises (SMEs). […]

Detailed information on filing volumes and rates per top countries, applicants and classes are included in the report for analysis, as well as pertinent data on associated administrative procedures such as examination, publication, registration, opposition, cancellation and renewal.

The report is available on the EUIPO website.

2020-07-09T10:29:17+00:006 juillet, 2020|

EPO: Annual Review 2019

Date : 30/06/2020 – Source : Office européen des brevets (OEB) – Lien

The European Patent Office (EPO) just published its annual Review (formerly Annual Report). The Review highlights the progress made in implementing its new strategy, SP2023. The plan aims to ensure the EPO remains a sustainable organisation, and continues to provide high-quality patent services that foster innovation and contribute to growth. […]

The Annual Review 2019 shows that the EPO successfully dealt with a record number of applications last year. The Office received 181 406 European patent applications in 2019, up 4.0% over 2018. In response, our patent examiners carried out a total of 421 250 search, examination and opposition products. A major effort was made in reducing the backlog of work, with the classification backlog being eliminated entirely – an important milestone for the Office. Last year the EPO also published 137 787 European patents, +8% compared to 2018. And the timeliness of the Office’s search, examination and opposition work all continued to improve. […]

To see some of the highlights of 2019, you can watch a video.

To read the full report, please visit Annual Review 2019.

2020-06-30T17:07:59+00:0030 juin, 2020|

OMPI : Directives concernant la recherche internationale et l’examen préliminaire international selon le PCT

Date : 30/04/2020 – Source : Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle (OMPI) – Lien

Les Directives concernant la recherche internationale et l’examen préliminaire international selon le PCT (Traité de coopération en matière de brevets), élaboré par le Bureau international de l’OMPI suite aux consultations menées avec les administrations chargées de la recherche internationale et de l’examen préliminaire international selon le PCT, entrent en vigeur à partir du 1er juillet 2020. […]

Le document est téléchargeable sur le site web de l’OMPI.


2020-06-30T11:43:20+00:0030 juin, 2020|

EUIPO: Open-source software in the European Union

Date : 26/06/2020 – Source : Office de l’Union européenne pour la propriété intellectuelle (EUIPO) – Lien

The new EUIPO research study Open-Source Software in the European Union has been published.

The report analyses how companies in the European software sector make use of open-source software (OSS) licences. It puts special focus on how software firms use intellectual property rights (IPR) to protect their business models that rely on OSS licenced software. […]

Pour en savoir plus, consultez le rapport disponible en anglais ou le résumé en français.

2020-06-29T13:40:57+00:0029 juin, 2020|

TETRA webinar on 15 July: An Introduction to IP Commercialisation for NGI Community

15 July 2020, 10:00-11:00 (CEST)

Intellectual Property (IP) commercialisation enables IP owners to extract value from their IP assets and allows the actors in the ecosystem to create revenue streams for their businesses.

There are several routes for commercialising IP, each having its own conditions. Thus, understanding the fundamentals of these alternatives is of significant importance when developing your business strategy.

As TETRA project (*), we are here to guide you in your IP-related issues and make you get a head start on managing your IP assets in your NGI projects. Then, this webinar has been designed for you, if you want or need to learn the essentials of IP commercialisation, in particular:

  • what IP commercialisation is all about,
  • the main routes for IP commercialisation,
  • the basics of IP assignments and IP licensing,
  • general essential elements in IP licensing contracts.

In this second session of TETRA’s IP webinar series, we aim at providing a general overview of IP commercialisation routes for your NGI projects.

Looking forward to meeting you and talking about IP when the July sun is shining out there!

Registration and more information here.

(*) IPIL is one of the partners of the TETRA project, funded by the European Commission, aiming at supporting the Next Generation Internet (NGI) society successfully enter the market and accelerate their business. For more information about TETRA please click here”.

2020-06-25T11:49:50+00:0025 juin, 2020|

European innovation scoreboard 2020

Date : 23/06/2020 – Source :  Commission européenne – Lien

The European innovation scoreboard provides a comparative analysis of innovation performance in EU countries, other European countries, and regional neighbours. It assesses relative strengths and weaknesses of national innovation systems and helps countries identify areas they need to address.

The EIS 2020 shows that Europe’s innovation performance continues to improve across the EU, surpassing for the second year the United States. […]

This year Luxembourg (previously a strong innovator) joins the innovation leaders in selected areas of innovation such as attractive research systems and intellectual assets.

The main EIS 2020 report, the Luxembourg country report, the EIS interactive tool and more information is available online.

2020-06-25T09:35:25+00:0024 juin, 2020|