In October 2019 Ukrpatent received 281 applications for inventions, 418 applications for utility models, 2120 applications for trademarks and service marks under national procedure, 860 under the Madrid Agreement. Total amount of the registered documents in October 2019 made up 2206 documents of title.
Total amount of registered documents of title made up 573 332 as of 01.11.2019: 125 117 patents for inventions; 137 673 patents for utility models; 40 563 patents for industrial designs; 266 816 certificates for trademarks and service marks, including divisional applications.
In September 2019 Ukrpatent received 205 applications for inventions, 330 applications for utility models, 1858 applications for trademarks and service marks under national procedure, 550 under the Madrid Agreement. Total amount of the registered documents in September 2019 made up 1521 documents of title.
Total amount of registered documents of title made up 571 126 as of 01.10.2019: 124 957 patents for inventions; 137 092 patents for utility models; 40 324 patents for industrial designs; 265 590 certificates for trademarks and service marks, including divisional applications.
In his opening statement to the 59th Series of Meetings of the Assemblies of the Member States of WIPO in Geneva, WIPO Director General Francis Gurry highlighted a few of the international Organization' achievements:
- 59 new accessions to WIPO-administered treaties is a record of the year 2018, demonstrating the benefits of a multilateralism approach;
- Record use of WIPO's global IP systems, notably the international patent, trademark and design systems;
- Significant growth of the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center, which is handling a growing number of domain name disputes and has recently become the only non-Chinese entity providing dispute resolution services for the .CN and .中国 country code top level domains (ccTLDs).
- The recent launch of a new Global IP Portal that provides a more uniform customer experience for the full range of services offered by the Organization in a single interface.
- Widening participation in the Organization’s databases, IT platforms, systems and services.
- Growth in participation in the WIPO Academy programs.
- Growth in the Organization’s public-private partnerships, in particular WIPO Re:Search and the Accessible Books Consortium.
- Growing interest and audiences for WIPO’s flagship publications, including the Global Innovation Index.
- Implementation of a number of projects relating to appropriate technology for least developed countries.
The WIPO Assemblies are meeting from September 30 to October 9, 2019. The General Assembly is chaired by Ambassador Duong Chi Dung, Viet Nam’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva.
From September 30th to October 9th, 2019, the 59th series of meetings of the Assemblies of the Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) take place in Geneva.
Delegates to the WIPO General Assembly discuss reports on the work of WIPO's main committees and subsidiary bodies, as well as a wide range of issues aimed at further development of the international regulatory framework in the field of protection of intellectual property (IP) rights.
As WIPO Director General F. Gurry noted in his opening remarks, worldwide there has never before been such interest in, and attention to, intellectual property, that has unfolded at an increasing rhythm over the past years as a consequence of profound and rapidly developing technological changes.
In his statement during the general debate,the Permanent Representative of Ukraine in Geneva, Ambassador Yurii Klymenko has drawn attention to the efforts aimed at developing the national IP system through creation, with the WIPO’s assistance, of the Technology and Innovation Support Centers network in Ukraine; elaboration of the National IP Strategy; establishment of the IP Training Center; as well as to holding of WIPO-Ukraine Summer Schoolsand a number of other joint events and initiatives.
In the framework of the 59th WIPO Assemblies, the exhibition of Ukraine’s high-tech achievements “Innovative Ukraine: From Soul to Brain” is being held.
During the Assembly the delegation of Ukraine is going to conclude with WIPO a number of agreements in the field of intellectual property, in particular, thebilateral cooperation program for 2020-2021.
Source: MFA of Ukraine
WIPO Director General Francis Gurry, addressing the delegates of the Fifty-Eighth Series of Meetings of the Assemblies of the Member States of WIPO in Geneva, highlighted the main Organization's achievements and outlined challenges raised by rapid development of new technologies in the world.
According to the Director General, the financial situation of the Organization, driven by market use of the Global IP systems, is sound and stable. The Organization ended 2018 with a surplus of 42.5 million Swiss Francs and expects the similar figures in 2019.
The WIPO leader also noted that the record demand for the intellectual property rights, driven by rapid technological change, outlined the new challenges for managing IP in the global economy. One of the major challenges which affects all national and regional IP Offices, as well as WIPO, is the management of the growing demand for IP titles in way that ensures the timely and high quality administration of IP applications. Francis Gurry believes that new artificial intelligence applications will greatly assist for these purposes, and WIPO is at the forefront of the development and deployment of such tools. Examples include the WIPO Translate system, a brand image search system and an improved system to manage records for meetings.
In addition, WIPO Director General pointed to challenges raised by new technologies, such as AI, for the substance of IP policy and the needs of IP classical system adjustment to ensure that the IP system continues to serve the innovative ecosystem effectively. On this count, an interstate dialogue on AI and IP issues within WIPO is crucial.
Specification to a patent for invention (utility model) is an exhaustive source of information about the invention (utility model).
Specification discloses the nature of invention (utility model) and confirms the scope of legal protection defined by the claims. According to the Article 23 Part 2 of the Law of Ukraine “On Protection of Rights for Inventions and Utility Models”, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine publishes patent specifications.
Specifications to patents for inventions and utility models are published simultaneously with the Official Bulletin “Industrial Property”:
- on paper (from 1993 to 2011 inclusive). Since January 1, 2012 the printed issues of specifications to patents for inventions and utility models and their free of charge dispatch has been ceased;
- on CD-ROM “Inventions in Ukraine” (since 2005)
According to the approved “List of free dispatch”, specifications to patents for inventions and utility models are constantly dispatched to the defined organizations of Ukraine, namely to the bodies of national system of science and technology information, in order for patent information collections to be replenished with current national documentation: on paper (from 1993 to 2011 inclusive), on CD-ROM “Inventions in Ukraine” (since 2005).
Users have an opportunity to get acquainted with patent specifications in the specialized data base “Inventions/Utility Models in Ukraine”, which contains complete data on the registered patents for inventions (utility models) in the structured form and patent documents in PDF accessed via the web-site of the State Enterprise “Ukrainian Intellectual Property Institute“ free of charge;
Sample specification to a patent for invention
Sample specification to a patent for utility model
Modified on June 2018
DSTU in the Field of Industrial Property
The creation of the State standards system in the field of industrial property in Ukraine was initiated in 1997 and by the Order of the State Standards Committee of Ukraine № 327 of June 6, 1997 the following standards entered into force as from January 1, 1998:
- DSTU 3574-97 Patent Card. Basic Provisions. Drawing up and Execution Procedure
- DSTU 3575-97 Patent Research. Basic Provisions and Conducting Procedure
The standards have been developed in compliance with the current legislation of Ukraine in the field of industrial property. Their requirements are mandatory for any business activity subjects acting on the territory of Ukraine, whose activities are fully or partially funded from the State budget. The requirements of the standards are of recommendatory character for all other subjects of business activity.
DSTU 3574-97 Patent Card. Basic Provisions.
Drawing up and Execution Procedure
Effective as of 1998-01-01
This standard establishes the basic provisions, procedure of drawing up and execution of a patent card – an official information document attesting the state of a business activity object as a good concerning infringement of the rights of owners of effective documents of title and applicants for industrial property rights. It is applied to ensure the utilisation of a business activity object in the country and abroad without infringement of the rights of owners of effective documents of title and applicants for industrial property rights.
To simplify the drawing up and execution of a patent card, the guidelines “Revealing of Infringements of the Rights of Owners of Effective Documents of Title and Applicants for Industrial Property Rights. The Procedure of Drawing up and Execution of a Patent Card. Methodical Recommendations” have been developed, wherein the completion of each section of the patent card is comprehensively explained in view of the current legislative acts of Ukraine and the rules of international law in the field of legal protection of intellectual property.
DSTU 3575-97 Patent Research. Basic Provisions and Conducting Procedure
Effective as of 1998-01-01
This standard establishes the basic provisions, conducting procedure and form of a patent research report. The standard is used in all branches of business activity on the stages of creation and utilisation of a business activity object. The substance of the patent research is to determine patentability of the business activity objects, the situation concerning the utilisation of the industrial property rights, as well as to reveal infringements of the rights of owners of effective documents of title and the rights of applicants for industrial property rights. The legal relations in all stages of the life cycle of a business activity object have been reflected in the standard, the terms and definitions have been harmonized with those used in the current legislation of Ukraine.
To facilitate the use of this standard, the guidelines “Patent Research. Methodical Recommendations” have been developed, wherein the basic provisions of the standard are explained and the explanations concerning their use are given. The possibilities of use of the information base for the determination of the patent situation by means of combination of the traditional methods of information search and the modern information technologies are also covered in the recommendations.
You can familiarize yourself with the standards and methodical recommendations thereto at the Public Patent Documents Collection (PPDC).
It is possible to purchase standards or to order their copies at the address:
Ukrmetrteststandard, 7/1 Krasnova Street, room 101, Kyiv, 03115, Ukraine;
Tel.: (044) 452-06-84; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shop "Standards", 152 Frunze Street, Kyiv, 04073, Ukraine
Tel.: (38-044) 468-42-70; 468-22-30.
15 October , 2019
The State Enterprise “Ukrainian Institute of Intellectual Property” (Ukrpatent), in accordance with Order # 140-H/2019 of 11.09.2019, decided to terminate the provision of qualified electronic trust services by a qualified provider of electronic trust services of Ukrpatent.