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European Patent Office Reports
European Patent Office Reports
Practice Area: Intellectual Property
ISSN: 0269-0802
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Dec 2017 / Next Release: Dec 2017
Subscription Information: 8 Issues & 1 Index a year, Calendar year
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European Patent Office Reports have selected and reported noteworthy decisions of the Enlarged, Technical and Legal Boards of Appeal of the EPO since 1985, covering the period since they began to issue in 1979 to date.  The reports are essential reading for all patent practitioners concerned with advising on substantive issues of patent protection or concerned with procedural matters. 

The reports review and select from posted EPO decisions, and frequently headnote important decisions before they publish in the Official Journal of the EPO.  Each headnote provides an experienced patent professional’s outline of the salient points for which the case is reported, and accompanies the full text of the decision of that reported case.  The reports include many decisions not reported elsewhere.  The reports thus often spot new developments and emerging trends in the jurisprudence earlier than commentary works.

The reports include:

  • Substantive decisions on references to the Enlarged Board of Appeal (G-series and, from the petition for review cases (R-series), decisions of interest which illustrate the applicable approach, or in which a petition for review has succeeded.
  • Selected decisions on appeals to the Technical Board of Appeal (T-series).
  • Selected decisions on appeals to the Legal Board of Appeal (J-series).

The European Patent Office Reports are an essential resource for practitioners in all jurisdictions who have responsibility for advising on European Patent Law, or for prosecuting or supervising the prosecution of European Patent Applications. 


In 2018, the EPORs will continue to:

  • Report substantive decisions of the Enlarged Board of Appeal (G-series cases)
  • Review and report Technical Board of Appeal decisions which address novel, technical, legal or procedural points, develop or illustrate new and existing themes in the jurisprudence or are otherwise (head) noteworthy, unusual or informative (T-series cases)
  • Review and report Legal Board of Appeal decisions of interest (J - series cases)
  • Review and report references for review by the Enlarged Board of Appeal which are allowed or develop or illustrate the existing jurisprudence (R-series cases)

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD
Peter Mcl Colley, General Editor
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