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Yes, EP filed 30 Nov 2016 CAN claim the priority of PP1 filed 1 Jan 2016. See Notice from the President of the EPO dated 26 January 1996, Official Journal of the EPO 1996, 81).


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Yes It would an entirely new application regardless that the content was the same. It will get no advantage (or disadvantage) from the first filing. If no one else did anything in the field that anticipates or makes obvious your invention, you are in the same place you were with the initial filing. If you desire international filings under the Paris ...


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And the direct answer to your question is yes, if you have some reason to file two provisionals. Lets say you file one and then decide you have another aspect of the system that you think is patentable. Feel free to copy whatever is relevant from the first one you filed. And, there is no such thing as a provisional patent, only a provisional patent ...


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Hi I called the inventor's assistance center regarding my question above, and they suggested that I file one provisional and then when filing the non-provisional do two separate claims.


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