News and Press Releases
The Eurasian Patent Office (EAPO) received applications from the states of Europe and Southeast Asia.
The Eurasian Patent Organization (EAPO) has opened accounts in IDBank, Republic of Armenia. Funds can be transferred in Armenian drams, US dollars and euros.
The President of the Eurasian Patent Office spoke at the final Rospatent press conference "How the landscape of the intellectual property market in Russia has changed: 2022 results". Grigory Ivliev noted the achievements of the Russian office in the field of digital transformation and spoke on the joint activities of the EAPO and Rospatent in the Eurasian space.
Eurasian Court Jurisdiction – a natural step towards improving the procedures for contesting Eurasian patents
European and Asian Law Review, a scientific information and educational journal covering current issues of law science and practice of the EAEC, BRICS and SCO member states, published an article by EAPO President Grigory Ivliev (in English).
Key features of the Eurasian patent procedure and advantages of electronic interaction with the Eurasian Patent Office were presented in details.
The Eurasian Patent Office held a webinar on advanced digital tools of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) – WIPO CASE and WIPO DAS.
President of the Eurasian Patent Office Grigory Ivliev delivered a lecture to the students of the Third School of Foreign Law, traditionally held at the Kutafin Moscow State Law University.
On January 16, 2023 the EAPO received the first digital request for representative change. Earlier, this procedure could be carried out only on the basis of a request made in paper form.
The EAPO would like to inform that according to the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of December 30, 2022 № 967, effective from January 1, 2023, a new national base value was set. In this regard, the rates of the annual fees for the maintenance of Eurasian patents on the territory of the Republic of Belarus have also been changed.
At the New Year vacations the Eurasian Patent Office crossed the milestone on the number of patent applications valid on the territory of the eight states of the Eurasian region.