WIPO Rediscovers Consensus As Delegates Agree PCT Amendments14/06/2014 by Catherine Saez, Intellectual Property Watch Leave a CommentA World Intellectual Property Organization working group considering amendments to the Patent Cooperation Treaty ended a weeklong meeting in relative agreement, in contrast to recent WIPO meetings. Agreement was found on delicate issues such as reduction of fees or procedures for appointing international authorities. Integration of the Patent Prosecution Highway, however, was not accepted.Available only for IP-Watch Subscribers. Please login or subscribe to read the full story.Related Articles:Nations Eye Amendments To PCT, WIPO’s Top Revenue-Earning Treaty WIPO Members Debate Reduction Of PCT Fees; Send Back PPH Proposal WIPO Delegates Trying To Find Consensus On Technical Assistance And Designs Catherine Saez may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org."WIPO Rediscovers Consensus As Delegates Agree PCT Amendments" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.