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Chile and Cap Verde join the Madrid System

Chile and Cap Verde join the Madrid System

An international trademark registration via the Madrid System is a simple and inexpensive way to achieve trademark protection for many countries with one central application. The underlying Protocol to the Madrid Agreement now has 112 participating countries. Since regional organizations such as the European Union are also members, up to 128 countries can be reached…

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China joins the Hague Agreement

China joins the Hague Agreement

The Hague Agreement concerning the International Filing of Industrial Designs (also known as the Hague system) is a simple and inexpensive way to obtain design protection for many countries with one central application. Unlike IR trademarks, this does not require an initial filing in the home country, and international design protection for the EU and…

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WIPO Proof – digital preservation of evidence for your know-how – will be discontinued on 31.01.2022

WIPO Proof – digital preservation of evidence for your know-how – will be discontinued on 31.01.2022

Since the end of May 2020, the WIPO Proof tool has made it possible to create forgery-proof evidence that can be used to prove the existence of your intellectual property in the form of a digital file at a given time without having to publish it. This proof is based on a uniquely generated and…

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