The PatentDocument, Its Form andSubstanceCaezar Angelito E. ArceoRegistered Patent Agent in the Philippines(Non-chemical f...
Outline1.0 Patenting quick review         9 min2.0 The patent document            10 min3.0 Exploiting a patent document  ...
1.0 Patenting quick review1.1 What is a patent?1.2 Why patent?1.3 What can be patented?1.4 What cannot be patented?1.5 Wha...
1.1 What is a patent?   “A Patent is a grant issued by thegovernment through the IntellectualProperty Office of the Philip...
1.2 Why patent?            “There is no reason   anyone would want a computer   in their home.”                    - Ken O...
1.4 What cannot be patented? EXCLUSIONS:                              An invention shall not be                           ...
1.5 What are the requirements of a patent?          Novelty     1          An invention shall not be              Inventiv...
2.0 The patent document2.1 What is a patent document?2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?2.3 How to construct a pa...
2.1 What is a patent document? A “piece of work” that contains:   Description of the invention   Drawings necessary to ...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?              4                    Abstract          3                        ...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?International Patent Classification                        Abstract           ...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?                                                        Abstract Background of...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?                                                       Abstract             3 ...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?                  4                                 Abstract                  ...
2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?                                                     Abstract                 ...
2.3 How to construct a patent document?  Title                                          Abstract  Authors and Affiliations...
3.0 Exploiting a patent document3.1 Why exploit patent document information?3.2 How to exploit patent document information?
3.1 Why exploit patent document information?Key questions why a patent was secured:    What does the inventor want to pro...
3.2 How to exploit patent document information?  Title                                          Abstract  Authors and Affi...
3.2 How to exploit patent document information?  Title                                          Abstract  Authors and Affi...
3.2 How to exploit patent document information?Document part    In particular…        Possible gainsRequest page     Name ...
4.0 Any questions?And...thank you!                     © 2012 by Caezar Angelito Estioko Arceo                            ...
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Training slides for a PCAARRD-organized training on Invention Spotting, Patent Search, Documentation and Interpretation, 18 December 2012. Special thanks to fellow Patent Agent Mr. Noel A. Catibog, Dr. Melvin B. Carlos, and Exec. Director Patricio S. Faylon, for the invitation.

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    1. 1. The PatentDocument, Its Form andSubstanceCaezar Angelito E. ArceoRegistered Patent Agent in the Philippines(Non-chemical field, 2006; Chemical field, 2007)Mentor, Patent Agent Qualifying Examinations 2011, 2012Incorporator, Association of PAQE Professionals, Inc.Training on Invention Spotting, Patent Search, Documentation and InterpretationPhilippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD)Bulwagang Panday Karunungan, PCAARRD, Los Baños, Laguna (Philippines)18 December 2012
    2. 2. Outline1.0 Patenting quick review 9 min2.0 The patent document 10 min3.0 Exploiting a patent document 10 min4.0 End 1 min / Free
    3. 3. 1.0 Patenting quick review1.1 What is a patent?1.2 Why patent?1.3 What can be patented?1.4 What cannot be patented?1.5 What are the requirements of a patent?
    4. 4. 1.1 What is a patent? “A Patent is a grant issued by thegovernment through the IntellectualProperty Office of the Philippines (IPPhilippines).” “It is an exclusive right granted for a product, process or an improvement of a product or process which is new, inventive and useful.” “A patent has a term of protection of twenty (20) years providing an inventor significant commercial gain.”Source: http://ipophil.gov.ph/ “A patent is a contract between the government and the inventor.” - Dr. Karl Rackette © 2012 by Caezar AE. Arceo Claim drafting crash course for the Sapalo Velez Bundang & Bulilan
    5. 5. 1.2 Why patent? “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home.” - Ken Olsen (1977) Founding Chair, Digital Equipment Corporation 1.3 What can be patented? Any technical solution of a problem in any field of human activity which is new, involves an inventive step and is industrially applicable shall be - Sec. 21, RA 8293 Patentable. It may be, or may relate to, a product, or process, or an improvement of any of the foregoing.
    6. 6. 1.4 What cannot be patented? EXCLUSIONS: An invention shall not be considered new if it forms part of a (1) Discoveries, scientific prior art. theories and mathematical methods; - Sec. 23, RA 8293 (2) Schemes, rules and methods - Rule 203, Patents IRR of performing mental acts, playing games or doing  Made available to the public business, and programs for anywhere in the world. computers;  Earlier applications. (3) Methods for treatment of the - Rule 204, Patents IRR human or animal body; (4) Plant varieties or animal breeds or essentially biological process for the Prohibited statements in the application: production of plants or (1) Contrary to “public order” or morality. animals. (2) Disparaging other products or (5) Aesthetic creations; and processes of any person other than the (6) Anything which is contrary to applicant. public order or morality. (3) Obviously irrelevant or unnecessary under the circumstances. - Sec. 22, RA 8293 - Rule 412, Patents IRR
    7. 7. 1.5 What are the requirements of a patent? Novelty 1 An invention shall not be Inventive step considered new if it forms part of a prior art. 2 An invention involves an - Sec. 23, RA 8293 inventive step if, having regard to prior art, it is not obvious to a person skilled in3 Industrial the art at the time of the filing date or priority date of the application claiming the applicability invention - Sec. 26, RA 8293An invention that can be produced andused in any industry shall be industriallyapplicable. © 2012 by Caezar AE. Arceo - Sec. 27, RA 8293 Claim drafting crash course for the Sapalo Velez Bundang & Bulilan
    8. 8. 2.0 The patent document2.1 What is a patent document?2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?2.3 How to construct a patent document?
    9. 9. 2.1 What is a patent document? A “piece of work” that contains:  Description of the invention  Drawings necessary to understand the invention  One or more claims  An abstract  The name(s) of the inventor(s)  Corresponding foreign applications, if applicable.
    10. 10. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document? 4 Abstract 3 Claims 2 Specifications 1 Request for Grant of Patent (Application form) 5 Drawings © 2012 by Caezar AE. Arceo Claim drafting crash course for the Sapalo Velez Bundang & Bulilan
    11. 11. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document?International Patent Classification Abstract Claims Application Number Publication number and date Specifications 1 Request for Grant of Patent (Application Filing date form) Priority date Drawings Name and address of inventor Name and address of patent agent Title of invention
    12. 12. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document? Abstract Background of invention Claims 2 Specifications Field of the invention Request for Grant of Patent (Application form) Description of related art Drawings Specifications: “Disclosure of the invention in a manner sufficiently clear and complete for it to be carried out by a person skilled in the art” (Sec. 35.1, IP Code)
    13. 13. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document? Abstract 3 Claims Specifications Request for Grant of Patent (Application form) Drawings Claims: define the matter for which protection is sought (Sec. 36.1, IP Code)
    14. 14. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document? 4 Abstract Claims Specifications Request for Grant of Patent (Application form) Drawings Abstract: concise summary of the disclosure of the invention (Sec. 37, IP Code)
    15. 15. 2.2 What are the parts of a patent document? Abstract Claims Specifications Request for Grant of Patent (Application form) 5 Drawings Drawings: illustration to show every feature of the invention and may consist several views (Rule 413, Revised IRR on Patents)
    16. 16. 2.3 How to construct a patent document? Title Abstract Authors and Affiliations Contact a Claims patent agent Abstract Specifications Introduction Review of Literature Methodology Request for Grant of Patent (Application Results and Discussion form) Summary, Conclusions, Recommendations Drawings Literature cited
    17. 17. 3.0 Exploiting a patent document3.1 Why exploit patent document information?3.2 How to exploit patent document information?
    18. 18. 3.1 Why exploit patent document information?Key questions why a patent was secured:  What does the inventor want to protect? Why would he want to protect it?  Who are his competitors? Where are they located?  What are his potential markets? Where are they? …
    19. 19. 3.2 How to exploit patent document information? Title Abstract Authors and Affiliations Contact a Claims patent agent Abstract Specifications Introduction Review of Literature Methodology Request for Grant of Patent (Application Results and Discussion form) Summary, Conclusions, Recommendations Drawings Literature cited From patent document construction…
    20. 20. 3.2 How to exploit patent document information? Title Abstract Authors and Affiliations Contact a Claims patent agent Abstract Specifications Introduction Review of Literature Methodology Request for Grant of Patent (Application Results and Discussion form) Summary, Conclusions, Recommendations Drawings Literature cited …To patent document exploration!
    21. 21. 3.2 How to exploit patent document information?Document part In particular… Possible gainsRequest page Name of inventor Potential collaborator, or competitor to watch out. Filing date A warning sign that your research is so slow and you need to catch up; OR A signal for you to abandon your research and to focus on something else. Priority date - Ditto -Specifications Background Good literature source. Field A good feeling that your research is in a healthy field and you have company; OR You are in a crowded field and you might need to “reinvent” your lab. Description Protocols; research techniques; innovative insights; literature review; hope for underfunded projects.Claims (Ask Mr. Catibog or May need specialized training but at least may allow your in-house you to keep track of your scientific pursuit; possible patent agent) patents from your research outputs.Abstract Good for lazy…err…busy people.Drawings A way to better understand the invention.
    22. 22. 4.0 Any questions?And...thank you! © 2012 by Caezar Angelito Estioko Arceo cangear@yahoo.com http://ph.linkedin.com/in/cangear http://www.slideshare.net/cangear http://www.youtube.com/cangear http://www.twitter.com/cangear http://www.scribd.com/cangear

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