Browse our collection of materials on intellectual property
INVENTORS, INNOVATORS, & INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS
Here are the requirements and steps to applying for grant of patent, and registering utility model and industrial design
Learn more about trademark registration and take a look at our business-related programs
ARTISTS, AUTHORS, COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
Deposit copies of literary & artistic works for the issuance of a certificate of recordation and deposit
Find out how to report an IP violation and about the IPOPHL’s efforts to uphold IP rights.
IP ASSISTANCE, TRAINING PROGRAMS
Learn how to get involved in the IP system and know about our capacity-building and skills-upgrading programs in specific areas of IP.
Certain disputes will undergo alternative dispute resolution. Know the status of IP cases, including hearing schedules and decisions
IP SATELLITE OFFICES
Intellectual property desks are housed in DTI regional offices nationwide, offering IP assistance and services
NEWS & UPDATES
The iLEAP IP x Inventor Assistance Program (IAP) Webinar* for inventors and technology developers will tackle the basics of patent search and patent drafting. To maximize the session, only those who have been able to complete one iLEAP cycle and those who intend to file for a patent or utility model will be given slots to the webinar.
- Completion of one iLEAP Cycle:
- Patent/Utility Model/
- Industrial Design
2. Inventors and technology developers with the intent to file their own invention/innovation
LEAP IP Forward >> Masterclass for Health Care Professionals | APRIL 12, 2021
a training program specifically targeted to health care professionals who would like to increase their understanding on key topics on intellectual property (IP) such as patents, trademarks, copyright, and other IP-related matters such as IP enforcement and contemporary issues related to healthcare and IP.
IP is an essential component of every country’s development and is very relevant across different
sectors (business, arts, culture, education, agriculture, health). However, not all health care professionals (doctors, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, medical technologists, radiologic technologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and respiratory therapists) are well-versed in the role of IP in the healthcare sector and how it can contribute to the development and public health. Therefore, it is important to capacitate health care professionals on the different fields of IP and its importance in public health, particularly in the ongoing pandemic.
A more IP- conscious society will impact the economic, socio-cultural, and educational development of the society.
- Introduction to the IP System in the Philippines, the IPOPHL, and the IP Academy – Dr. Frederick Romero Officer-In-Charge, IP Academy Assistant Director, Bureau of Copyrights and Related Rights, IPOPHL
- Intellectual Property Protection of Inventions in the Healthcare Sector – Prof. Lourdes Marie Tejero, RN, MA, MTM, PHD Director, University of the Philippines – Manila Technology Transfer and Business Development Office Manager, UPM Innovation and Technology Support Office
- Contemporary Issues on IP and Healthcare: Part I – Dr. Ann Edillon, J.D. Department Head, IPOPHL Enforcement Office Assistant Director, Bureau of Patents, IPOPHL
- Contemporary Issues on IP and Healthcare: Part II – Dr. Ivy Patdu, J.D. Private Consultant for Legal Matters Consultant, AHEAD Telehealth Policy Project, University of the Philippines, Manila, Consultant, Department of Information and Communications Technology
- The Importance of Trademarks in the Health Care Sector – Mr. Denver Canicula, RN IP Rights Specialist III, Bureau of Trademarks, IPOPHL
- Copyright in Healthcare Publications, Protocols, and Policies and Procedures – Ms. Ma. Liezel Bumanglag, PTRP, MHPED Technical Consultant for Education and Training, IP Academy, IPOPHL
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