Global patents limits of transnational enforcement marketa trimble explains the absence of a global patent identifies the associated problems analyzes solutions that have been proposed to mitigate the absence of a global patent and suggests where the future of global patenting and patent enforcement might be headed. Global patents limits of transnational enforcement explains why the absence of a global patent persists and discusses the events in the 140 year history of patent law internationalization that have shaped the solutions the author analyzes the ways in which patent holders attempt to mitigate the problems that arise from the lack of . Abstract there is no global patent that will secure protection for an invention globally and as the title of the book global patents limits of transnational enforcement oxford university press 2012 suggests holders of national patents have a limited ability to enforce their patents across national borders. Global patents limits of transnational enforcement by marketa trimble explains why the absence of a global patent persists and discusses the events in the 140 year history of patent law internationalization that have shaped the solutions. In todays globalized economy many inventors investors and businesses want their inventions to be protected in many if not most countries however there currently exists no single patent that will protect an invention globally and despite the attempts in international treaties to simplify patenting the process remains complicated lengthy and expensive
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