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The U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator

Jeff Shieh, Senior Patent Attorney, inovia
inovia surveyed nearly 150 companies to assess the impact of the U.S. economy on global IP strategy and outlook for 2011. inovia Senior Patent Attorney Jeff Shieh will present the key findings, which include:
Nearly 60% of respondents are working on a reduced IP budget going into 2011.
45% of respondents filed more than half of their 2010 applications overseas, but in fewer countries.
There was a resounding "Yes!" from U.S. patentees regarding support for a unified European patent system.
To receive a complimentary copy of the U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator, visit www.inovia.com/survey.
Mar 16 2011
28 mins
The U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator
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  • The U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator Recorded: Mar 24 2011 24 mins
    Jeff Shieh, Senior Patent Attorney, inovia
    inovia surveyed nearly 150 companies to assess the impact of the U.S. economy on global IP strategy and outlook for 2011. inovia Senior Patent Attorney Jeff Shieh will present the key findings, which include:

    - Nearly 60% of respondents are working on a reduced IP budget going into 2011.
    - 45% of respondents filed more than half of their 2010 applications overseas, but in fewer countries.
    - There was a resounding "Yes!" from U.S. patentees regarding support for a unified European patent system.
  • The U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator Recorded: Mar 16 2011 28 mins
    Jeff Shieh, Senior Patent Attorney, inovia
    inovia surveyed nearly 150 companies to assess the impact of the U.S. economy on global IP strategy and outlook for 2011. inovia Senior Patent Attorney Jeff Shieh will present the key findings, which include:
    Nearly 60% of respondents are working on a reduced IP budget going into 2011.
    45% of respondents filed more than half of their 2010 applications overseas, but in fewer countries.
    There was a resounding "Yes!" from U.S. patentees regarding support for a unified European patent system.
    To receive a complimentary copy of the U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator, visit www.inovia.com/survey.
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