Here in this post we provide the audiences with an excerpt on how to start the procedures for patenting in Norway in English language.
Like in every sovereign states, the claims in Norway also must meet relevant patentability requirements, such as non-obviousness and novelty.
Not surprisingly, in Norway patents are granted for the public disclosure and corresponding protection for the assignee for a limited period of time and cost an application fee less than USPTO's cost.
In the website of the Norwegian Industrial Property Office you may find lots of information in Norwegian language. The overview of Patenting in Norway (in English) provided by DHZ can be downloaded here. You are also welcome to revert back to us with your feedback or inquires about the patenting procedure in Norway or other Scandinavian countries.