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Trademark Registration and Protection in Cambodia


Added By :Seng Vuoch Hun, Category: Intellectual Property Law, Article Id : 667, Added On 18/05/2017, Views: 386

1. Trademark Registration and Protection in Cambodia Introduction: Cambodia become a party to the Madrid Protocol in 2015, which makes it possible to protect a mark in a large number of countries by obtaining an international registration that has effect in each of the designated contracting parties. Trademark protection in Cambodia can be obtained by filing an application to the Min Read More..

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Changes to fees for UK patent applications from 6 April 2018


Added By :Nic Ferrar, Category: Intellectual Property Law, Article Id : 1190, Added On 16/02/2018, Views: 73

The UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has recently announced that it will be increasing the official fees on UK patent applications on 6 April 2018 as well as some of the renewal fees needed to keep granted UK patents in force.In short, the fee increases will be relatively small for most UK patent applications and are unlikely to affect patent application strategy for UK-based patent applica Read More..

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS IN BANGLADESH


Added By :Shahid Ullah, Category: Intellectual Property Law, Article Id : 1912, Added On 08/12/2018, Views: 1147

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS IN BANGLADESH TRADE MARKS Legal Basis: The Registration of Trade Marks and their protection is governed by the:- - Trade Marks Act, 2009 - Trade Marks Rules, 2015. Applicant: Anyone claiming to be the proprietor of a trademark may apply to the Registrar for the registration of the mark. Both National and Read More..

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COVID-19: GLOBAL CHALLENGES FACED BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THIS PANDEMIC


Added By :ASMA RAZA, Category: Intellectual Property Law, Article Id : 2386, Added On 27/04/2020, Views: 0

April 26 was World Intellectual Property Day, when the IPO celebrates intellectual property or IP. This is our opportunity to show the significant impact of intellectual property on our society by improving our lives and the economy. However, this year it looks different. Celebration is not normal. A few weeks ago, the WIPO developed plans to honor this year’s # WorldIPDay theme: “I Read More..