Eurasian Patent Office (EAPO)
Office eurasien des brevets
Evraziiskoe patentnoe vedomstvo (EAPV)
1995-08-12 Moscow Russia
Founded within the framework of D-XD6732 - Eurasian Patent Organization (EAPO). First patent applications officially filed 1 Jan 1996. Accountable to the Administrative Council of the Organization, the Office being both the Organization's executive body and its secretariat. Relevant convention: T-XT9412 - Eurasian Patent Convention. 9 Sep 2019, adoption and signature of Protocol to the Eurasian Patent Convention on the Protection of Industrial Designs, Nur-Sultan (Kazakhstan). New regional system of the legal protection of industrial designs created by the Protocol on the basis of EAPO. First Eurasian industrial design applications filed 1 June 2021.
Provide a uniform application procedure for physical and legal persons to protect their inventions and industrial designs on the basis of a single Eurasian patent valid in the territory of the states party to the Eurasian Patent Convention (EAPC, patent for invention) and Protocol to the Eurasian Patent Convention on the Protection of Industrial Designs (indistrial design patent).
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