Patent protection in Norway can be obtained by a national application or by an international application (PCT).
How do you register or secure patent rights, and is national or international coverage most appropriate?
Patent protection in Norway can be obtained by a national application or by an international application (PCT). Irrespective of the choice, the Norwegian Industrial Property Office (NIPO) will carry out a substantive examination independent of any previous history of the application.
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