Norton Rose Fulbright’s global comparative guide for patents is now updated with a section on Turkey. Worldwide, a basic requirement for a valid patent is that it provides a sufficient disclosure of the invention being claimed. To be valid, the patent’s specification must disclose to the public information about the invention. The question is how much information is sufficient? Here, we provide a high-level guide to the law of sufficient disclosure in Turkey, Australia, Canada, the People’s Republic of China, Europe (under the European Patent Convention), Germany, he United Kingdom, and the United States of America.
Read the full publication, “Global patents comparative law guide: Sufficiency of disclosure.“