Mikhailyuk, Sorokolat & Partners

Patent and Trademark Attorneys

PATENT IN Uzbekistan

Patent UzbekistanMIKHAILYUK, SOROKOLAT & PARTNERS offers the full range of legal services related to patent registration in Uzbekistan including patent search, patent translation, filing and further prosecution of an application, patent maintenance, preparing and recordal of assignment and license agreements as well as representing applicants before courts. We do our best to represent our clients' interests in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

The validity term of a patent in Uzbekistan is 20 years from the filing date. For pharmaceutical patents and patents for agrochemicals it is possible to apply for extension of this term for additional 5 years. In case a patent is extended the Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) will be issued.

Novelty grace period is 6 months from disclosure of the information on the invention before filing an application.

Overview of the patent registration procedure in Uzbekistan:
After completion of filing procedure an application undergoes a formal examination lasting 2-3 months. On condition that an applicant submits all required documents, a notification about positive result of the formal examination will be issued. A substantive examination has to be requested within 3 years from the filing date of an application. If an invention meets the requirements of patentability, the grant decision will be issued. After payment of the registration, publication and grant fees, as well as the first post grant annuities, a patent will be issued.

The procedure of the patent registration in Uzbekistan takes from 2 to 5 years.

Foreign applicants must be represented before the Office by a registered Uzbek patent attorney.

What is required for filing a patent application in Uzbekistan:

  • filing instructions comprising applicant's and inventor's names, addresses and citizenships;
  • a filing number and a date of a priority application or a PCT application;
  • a specification with claims, abstract and drawings;
  • a copy of the amendments, if any;
  • a Power of Attorney simply signed and stamped by the applicant(s); legalization and notarization are not required unless it is signed by a proxy-holder. The executed PoA should be provided to the Uzbek Patent Office upon filing an application.

For conventional applications it is necessary to provide a certified copy of a priority document if claimed. It may be provided to the Uzbek Patent Office within 3 months from filing an application.

The term for entering the Uzbek national phase of a PCT application is 31 months from the priority date. The term for filing a conventional patent application in Uzbekistan is 12 months from the priority date.

If you need further information concerning patent registration in Uzbekistan or quotation for filing and prosecuting of an Uzbek patent application please feel free to contact us.

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