first edition available of the PCT. App. Finally, a tool is available that can deal with a convoluted law like PCT.
This is the book that I wish had been available when I was first studying PCT. The main organisation of the law is based on topics, and not on articles and rules, although I have kept the order of articles as much as possible. Where necessary, Administrative Instructions have also been included. Clickable cross-references are included demonstrating how the law is arranged, as well as external links to simplify studying.
It includes my comments as author, with explanations of how things work, but coupled to the law to illustrate the legal basis for what is going on. It also includes legal analysis and interpretation of key articles and rules for legal practitioners. Comments are also included about the WIPO organisation and amendment of the Treaty.
The PCT.App platform is a perfect platform for fine tuning your own legal reference - you can jump around the law using links, go to external sections of the different guidelines to learn, hide author comments that you do not need, add both in-line and adjacent comments, highlight and underline important parts. The IP.appify platform allows you to generate pdf's so that you can print your reference.
It will eventually also be available with just author's comments as a stand-alone book, but we need to tune the page content and length first. The EPC.App stand-alone book with author's comments on EPC is already available on Amazon (.de or .com or .co.uk) in English or German.