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 Japanese Patent Act?

Answer Patent law in Japan is based on the Patent Act of 1959 (See References 1 and 2). Article 1 of the Japanese Patent Act states the law's purpose is "to encourage inventions" (See Reference 2). The Pa... Read More »
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What is the difference between patent attorneys and patent agents?

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How to Get a Patent on the Improvement of an Existing Patent?

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Simple Japanese cooking I'd love to cook Japanese food and their are asian stores/international market around?

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