Utility Models

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A utility model is an exclusive right granted for an innovation, which allows the right holder to prevent others from commercially using the protected invention, without his authorization, for a given period of time. This market insight studies the different nuances of a utility model system: the legal framework, its economic significance, quantitative and qualitative evidence, and the analysis of the impact of legal changes in the utility model system.

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Research scopeResearch scopeIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction (continued)Countries with Utility Model RegimeUtility Models vis-à-vis PatentsUtility Models vis-à-vis PatentsUtility Models vis-à-vis Patents (continued)Economic Rationale behind Utility ModelsEconomic Rationale behind Utility ModelsOverview of Legal Framework in the EU1995 Commission of the European Communities Green Paper 1997 Proposal for a European Parliament and Council Directive 2001 Commission Staff Working Paper Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence on Utility Models(Representative Country: Germany)Quantitative Evidence of Utility Models FilingsQuantitative Evidence of Utility Models Filings (continued)Case Study: Patent Analysis for IPC C02Country: GermanyUtility Models SearchInventor locationUtility Models Publishing Trends (2008 to 2013)Analysis of the Impact of Legal Changes in the Utility Models SystemAnalysis of the Impact of Legal Changes in the Utility Models SystemAnalysis of the Impact of Legal Changes in the Utility Models System (continued)Key FindingsKey FindingsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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