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Directory of patent information centres (PATLIB)

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PATLIB Centre Milano

Host organisation: Camera di commercio di Milano
Name of centre: PATLIB Milano
PO box:
PO box address:
Street: Via Meravigli, 11a||IT
Postcode / Town: 20123 Milano
Country: Italy
Social networks:
Telephone number: 0039 02 85154947
Notes: Translations for European patents
Opening hours: Monday: 09:00 - 12:30
Tuesday: 09:00 - 12:30
Wednesday: 09:00 - 12:30
Thursday: 09:00 - 12:30
Friday: 09:00 - 12:30
IP rights covered
Trade marks
Utility models
Further details: utility models - national only, trade marks - international
Search services The PATLIB centre carries out IP searches for the public. This service may range from relatively basic bibliographic searches (e.g. for a patent number, an applicant's or inventor's name, or the legal status of an application) to highly sophisticated searches concerning technical areas (state-of-the-art, novelty and infringement searches). Explanatory information, comments and interpretations of the search results may be provided with the search reports.
Provision of intellectual property documentation The PATLIB centre provides copies of IP documents (paper and electronic documents)
Helpdesk services The PATLIB centre provides information on IP procedures, different kinds of IP rights, the requirements for filing an IP application, fees, search possibilities, etc. Legal advice is not included in this service.
User training The PATLIB centre organises training sessions (seminars, workshops) concerning IP rights, databases, search techniques and other IP related issues.
Commercialisation of IP rights The PATLIB centre assists in the commercialisation of IP rights. Activities in this respect may be establishing contacts with potential licensees, licensers and co-operation partners, preparing "invention briefs" and publicising innovations in respective databases.

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