Leyes y reglamentos en el marco del párrafo 2 del artículo 63 del Acuerdo sobre los ADPIC - Ver detalles del documento

Switzerland
Federal Law on Patents for Inventions of 25 June 1954 and its amendments of 16 December 1994 and 3 February 1995
Existence of patent rights, national and European patents, international patent applications, acquisition and scope of rights, register of patents, civil and criminal proceedings, opposition procedure in prior examinations, administrative remedies, etc. Amendments in line with Arts. 27, 28, 31, 46, 50 and 61 of the TRIPS Agreement Supplementary protection certificates for medicines, more severe penalties under criminal law, annulment of prior examinations (Chapter II of the Patent Cooperation Treaty), further processing, etc. Amendments following the assumption by the Federal Institute for Intellectual Property on 1 January 1996 of the tasks of the Federal Office for Intellectual Property. Art. 68: safeguarding of industrial or business secrets. Art. 40a: in the field of semi-conductor technology, licensing is obligatory solely to counter a practice declared to be anticompetitive following a judicial or administrative procedure. Proceedings and penalties under civil and criminal law. Provisional measures.
entered into effect on 1 January 1956 (Arts. 89(2), 90(2) and (3), 96(1) and (3), 101(1) and 105(3), entered into effect on 1 October 1959) (LBI, RS 232.14, RO 1955 893)
Most recent amendments: - Arts. 2, 8, 29, 36, 37, 40, 40a, 40b, 69 and 77; adopted on 16 December 1994, entered into effect on 1 July 1995 (RO 1995 2606)* - Title, 7b, 17, 20a, 46a, 47, 48, 81, 87, 113, 119, 123, 131, 133, 134, 138, 140a-140m, 143, 146 and 147; adopted on 3 February 1995, entered into effect on 1 September 1995 (RO 1995 2879)* - Arts. 41, 42-44, 48(1a), 49(3) and (4), 55a, 59a(2), 96(1a), 97c, 98(2), 105(2) and 119