EPO Board of Appeals Decisions on "New DNA Molecules" (links)

May 10, 2004

Munich, 07 May 2004

Case G 0002/02
"New DNA molecules" "A DNA molecule for expression of bile salt-stimulated lipase (BSSL)"

Decision

Keywords
International applications - priorities from India Applicability of Article 87(5) EPC The position under the PCT The EPO not party to TRIPs Interpretation of Article 87 EPC - according to principles of public international law - in the light of obligations of Contracting States under TRIPs

Case G 0002/02
"New DNA molecules" "A DNA molecule for expression of bile salt-stimulated lipase (BSSL)"

Decision

Keywords
International applications - priorities from India Applicability of Article 87(5) EPC The position under the PCT The EPO not party to TRIPs Interpretation of Article 87 EPC - according to principles of public international law - in the light of obligations of Contracting States under TRIPs

European Patent Office
Item source: http://legal.european-patent-office.org/ dg3/updates/index.htm

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