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|Title:||Modern Patenting – Quantity and Quality|
|Keywords:||Drafting;Patent application;Specific description;Prior art;Claims|
|Abstract:||his paper discusses the current debate on ‘quality patents’ against the backdrop of a practical assessment of the considerations that go into drafting patent applications together with an example of how the drafting process might go forward, demonstrating the amount of care that needs to go into these documents and attempting to undermine the suggestion that there is a problem with the quality of patents. It also highlights the delicate balance that needs to be struck between commercial and legal requirements in a patent application, stresses that although numerous considerations need to be taken into account simultaneously, those considerations are manageable, and clearly shows the skill that the attorney must demonstrate.|
|Appears in Collections:||JIPR Vol.12(6) [November 2007]|
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