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Please note that the on 16 September 2011, the United States of America enacted changes to its patent laws under the America Invents Act, which has changed, among other things, who is entitled to be an applicant in U.S. national applications. This change will benefit PCT applicants from all PCT Contracting States by removing the requirement that the inventors be named as applicants (and therefore sign the PCT application) solely for the purposes of the U.S.designation.
Applicants should be aware that corresponding amendments to the PCT Regulations enter into effect (only) on 1 January 2013.
See the PCT Newsletter of July/August 2012 for information about these changes.
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