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INDONESIA: PATENT STATISTIC 2015 AND ITS CHALLENGE

25 September 2016
INDONESIA: PATENT STATISTIC 2015 AND ITS CHALLENGE

  Despite of constant growing yearly, the number of patent application filing with the Indonesian IP Office (DGIP) is still considered low if compared to other countries. Official statistic for...

Patent Update: INDONESIA’S NEW PATENT LAW 2016 ENACTED

06 September 2016

New Patent Law was passed by the Indonesian House of Representatives on 28 July 2016, replacing the current Patent Law year 2001 and it will come into effect on 28...

PATENT LAW AMENDMENT ON GENETIC RESOURCES

10 November 2015

Indonesia has ratified the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization on 8 May 2013 through the adoption...

PROMULGATION OF NEW PLANTATION LAW

10 November 2015

Indonesian Government has promulgated Act No. 39 of 2014 on Plantation on October 17, 2014. In spite of improvements in some issues, several NGOs still raised concern about the necessity...

PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION (PVP) in INDONESIA

10 November 2015

Protection of plant variety in Indonesia is prosecuted under Laws of Republic of Indonesia No. 29 of 2000 on Plant Variety Protection. Following the Laws, two regulations were subsequently launched,...

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Patent

Having run with experiences for over 23 years, including records of advising domestic and overseas clients of various type of sectors of broad ranges of complexity, our group is confident of understanding immediately any new and emerging technologies to therefore assist you in the following patent services:

  1. FILING & PROSECUTION

Our services comprise filing for both patent and petty patent (utility model) applications. Our prosecution attorney and staffs are very experienced in filing applications before the Indonesian Patent Office. Beside domestic prosecution, we have experience in prosecuting international patent applications to some jurisdictions worldwide, with various selection of foreign firms to represent our client in the most efficient manner in terms of cost and field of technological expertise. 

Our service to foreign clients and associates includes watch over each stages during the whole prosecution and delivery of our report and also immediate response upon requested by the IP Offices. 

a. Conventional Applications (under Paris Convention)

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b. PCT Applications (Entry to National Phase) 

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For further information regarding Cost Estimation for filing a PCT patent application (Entry to Indonesian National Phase), please send your inquiry to our e-mail addresses  or , simply by mentioning the PCT Publication or Application Number and inventor or applicant’s name, also number of description, claims and drawing (if any). Calculation is based on the English version of patent specification.

C. Necessities for Substantive Examination Stage:

An accelerated examination is not recognized in Indonesian patent law. Therefore, the applicant should be cooperative and proactive in the efforts of providing the supporting documents necessary for expediting the substantive examination process -- the uncertain and critical part of a patent prosecution. Said documents comprise, among others, correspondence or communication between Applicant and the foreign patent offices relating to the examination of corresponding (parallel) application. More preferably, the Applicant provides the copy of granted document of said corresponding applications being prosecuted in any major patent offices.