Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
This plan outlines our main activity and targets for 2019 to 2020 as we help the UK to become the most creative and innovative country in the world.
The IPO customer service standards tell you the level of service you can expect and how we are performing against them.
The Intellectual Property Office publishes the data on all payments regardless of size on a monthly basis.
Request for information about countries that have criminalized IP theft and for a list giving numbers of patent applications and grants over 40 years.
Request for details of the numbers of assessments conducted under employment legislation introduced on 6 April 2017.
Request for details of non-traditional trade marks filed from 14 January 2019.
Request for figures of trade marks objected to on absolute grounds.
Request for data on applications filed without representation.
Request for information on days the office is closed.
Request for information about handling of personal information requests under the GDPR.
Results from the 2018 IPO people survey.
A report on the IPO's gender pay gap data as of 31 March 2018.
Request for the latest filing figures for UK trade mark applications and whether these have been published.
Request for data on spending by the Intellectual Property Office since 2011.
Request for figures of patents, designs and trade marks filed in the UK from applicants in Taiwan.
Request for annual figures of design applications.
Request for assistance in researching inventions of unusual musical instruments.
Request for the percentage of GB-PCT patent cases filed that go to grant.
Request for information about provisional patents.
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