Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is announcing the relaunch of Kluwer IP Law, the master resource for intellectual property rights and registration. The new user experience is designed to maximized efficient workflow. The new interface allows users to save their favorite resources and will offer a News Alert service. Kluwer IP Law is Wolters Kluwer’s flagship service focused on all key IP law, providing legal professionals with quick answers and expert commentary from prominent practitioners and thought leaders.
Kluwer IP Law allows users to make in-product annotations and easily access them on the homepage at any point of need. European practitioners will also benefit from access to key EPC sources such as Visser’s Annotated European Patent Convention and the PCT Practice and Strategy work. Manual IP, also known as the Brown Book, explains and compares the procedures and laws involved in filing applications for patents, trademarks, or designs in 237 jurisdictions. Jurisdictional comparison tools such as the Brown Book are a popular efficiency tools for both attorneys and researchers.
“Kluwer IP Law provides legal professionals with a combination of practical guidance, quick answers, and deep domain expertise all in one source,” said David Bartolone, Vice President and General Manager for the International Group within Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. “This redesign is our latest step as we continue to build expert solutions powered by high-quality content that directly meet the needs of our customers.”
The user-centric redesign of Kluwer IP Law will enable IP professionals, such as patent and trademark attorneys and lawyers, to be more efficient and effective in their day-to-day tasks. The redesign includes:
- A completely new UX for the homepage, offering customization options for the desired view
- A favorites feature allowing to easily retrieve saved materials and collaborate with colleagues
- Improved research experience
To learn more, visit: www.wolterskluwer.com/en/solutions/kluweriplaw