A protest is a complaint by a third party. The person lodging a protest does not become a party to the case. We can divide protests into two types, those lodged before an application has been granted, and those lodged after granting.
Anyone may file a request with the Norwegian Industrial Property Office that a patent shall be declared invalid in full or in part by a decision made by the Norwegian Industrial Property Office (NIPO).
You can appeal against decisions made by the specialist departments of the Norwegian Industrial Property Office (NIPO). These appeals will be considered by the Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights (KFIR)
Decisions made by the Norwegian Board of Appeal for Industrial Property Rights (KFIR) can only be brought before the courts by an applicant, a holder of a patent or an opponent against whom a decision has been made.
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