|18 November 2011|
|Life Sciences & Chemical Group Principal Janelle Borham recently presented the exclusive perspective on Australian Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and Global IP sector focus in the November edition of CorporateINTL.|
|In response to the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Bill 2011, Janelle comments that, “There is a perception that the patent standards in Australia are not as tough as in some overseas countries such as the USA and Europe."|
Janelle also notes that, "At Griffith Hack, around 95% or more of the patent filings into Australia that we arrange for clients are through the PCT, rather than direct (conventional) filings."
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|Reproduced with permission from Corporate INTL. This article was first published in Corporate INTL, November edition. For further information please visit www.corp-intl.com|