New service helps process with Australian patent filings

Today’s post includes information from colleagues at the Australian law firm of Golja Haines & Friend about their useful new service for patent filings in Australia.  Details from GH&F follow:

 

Preparing and sending instructions to Australia to file procedural requests with the Australian Patent Office has been simplified with the introduction of a service called Aus e-File. The instructions are received and actioned immediately and the request is filed electronically with the Australian Patent Office.

Golja Haines & Friend, a patent and trade mark attorney firm in Australia, have developed a system whereby applicants and their attorneys can electronically send them instructions to file a range of requests with the Australian Patent Office, including entry into the national phase from PCT applications.

Aus e-File is particularly suited for use by applicants and their attorneys who are based in countries outside Australia and wish to send instructions to an attorney firm in Australia to file documents with the Australian Patent Office. The user selects and then sends the instructions from options on the Aus e-File webpage. The system checks that the request can proceed. The necessary documents are prepared and filed in real-time. You can even check the ability to validly file requests on cases not handled by Golja Haines & Friend.

For more details at the Golja Haines & Friend website, click here ….

One response to “New service helps process with Australian patent filings

  1. Nice system! We need this world over..

    By the way you can try the following link for the latest release on Green Technology IP initiatives:

    http://sev.prnewswire.com/environmental-services/20090721/3938825en_iCrossing21072009-1.html

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