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Missed Opportunities

Hon. Bruce A. Lehman

President and Chairman

International Intellectual Property Institute

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Partners

United States

Patent and

Trademark

Office

(USPTO)

Public Interest

Intellectual

Property

Advisors

(PIIPA)

Intellectual

Property Office

of the

Philippines

(IP Philippines)

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Asymmetry in the Global Patent System

The top five offices accounted

for 76.2% of total global

patent applications in 2008.

“Patent and GDP data by

income groups show that

patent application data are

more concentrated than

GDP.”

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Asymmetry in the Global Patent System

2008 Patent Applications by Country

Source: World Intellectual Property Indicators 2010

500000

450000

49.2 15.6 32.9 25.5 100 21.1 88 33.8

Non-Resident Share %

400000

350000

300000

250000

200000

150000

100000

50000

0

United States

of America

Japan China Republic of

Korea

European

Patent Office

Germany Canada Russian

Federation

Resident

Non-Resident

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Asymmetry in the Global Patent System

2008 Patent Applications in 13 Select Middle Income Countries

Source: World Intellectual Property Indicators 2010

6000

5000

50.4 84.6 86.6 93.5 7.3 75.5 89 98

3.5 82.5 90.1 95.5 89.6

Non-Resident Share %

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

Resident

Non-Resident

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Asymmetry in the Philippines

7000

2009 Patent Applications in the Philippines and Its Neighbors

6000

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0

Thailand Malaysia Indonesia Philippines Vietnam

Resident

Non-Resident

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Asymmetry in the Philippines

Of the roughly 1,000 patent filings per

year in the Philippines…

… 90% are filed by foreign entities

… less than 5% are filed by Philippine

research institutions

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Assumption

The Philippines are home to a creative

and innovative people…

but…

… there is a failure to capture and

exploit their inventions.

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Team Members

2

1

7

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blehman@iipi.org

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Search Method

10+ databases worldwide…

over the past 10 years…

from 9 institutions…

UP-Diliman, UP-Los Banos, UP-Manila, Ateneo de Manila, UST, De La Salle, IRRI,

PHILRICE, Inst. of Tropical Medicine

roughly 1,000 publications

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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Three Categories

Potentially patentable subject matter

Not patentable subject matter

Unable to determine

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blehman@iipi.org

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Results

Results by Category

Potentially Patentable Not Patentable Unable to Determine

63%

10%

27%

27% of publications

contained potentially

patentable subject

matter

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blehman@iipi.org

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Technologies

Applications by Industry

Agricultural Chemical Electrical Mechanical Medical Physics

10%

35%

39%

14%

1%

1%

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blehman@iipi.org

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Potentially Patent-eligible

Agricultural

Medical

Electrical

Mechanical

28% of 390 publications

22% of 360 publications

44% of 13 publications

83% of 6 publications

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blehman@iipi.org

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Increasing Research, Flat Patent Filings

From 2000 to 2010 Annual research publications

increased 250%...

but…

patent filings by Philippine institutions

(public and private) did not change much

Bruce A. Lehman

blehman@iipi.org

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