Archive: September, 2010

Kosovo Parliament Approves New Trademark and Industrial Design Law

Kosovo Parliament Approves New Trademark and Industrial Design Law

Last week the Kosovo parliament approved two fresh intellectual property statutes: a new Law on Industrial Design, which replaces its 2005 predecessor, plus a new Law on Trade Marks, which replaces the 2006 Law No. 2006/02-L54. The President of the Republic is expected to bring the new legislation into force in the near future. Source […]

Registration of the extended European patent in the Register of Patents at the Serbian Intellectual Property Office

Registration of the extended European patent in the Register of Patents at the Serbian Intellectual Property Office

Pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty between the Republic of Serbia and the European Patent Organization (the „EPO“), the application for the extended European patent filed on or after 1 November 2004 provides equal rights as the national patent as of the date when EPO publishes the information on the patent registration. The extension of […]

Pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty between the Republic of Serbia and the European Patent Organization (the „EPO“), the application for the extended European patent filed on or after 1 November 2004 provides equal rights as the national patent as of the date when EPO publishes the information on the patent registration. The extension of […]
THE BULGARIAN PATENT OFFICE REFUSES TO RESPECT DEADLINES

THE BULGARIAN PATENT OFFICE REFUSES TO RESPECT DEADLINES

The Patent office of Republic of Bulgaria refuses to respect statutory deadlines. With a letter 70-00-9608 from 13.09.2010 they inform us: „Regarding the implementation of the statutory deadlines, I inform you, that there are several types of deadlines in the law – suspensive, preclusive and instructive. The instructive deadlines are characteristic of the administrative process, […]

The Patent office of Republic of Bulgaria refuses to respect statutory deadlines. With a letter 70-00-9608 from 13.09.2010 they inform us: „Regarding the implementation of the statutory deadlines, I inform you, that there are several types of deadlines in the law – suspensive, preclusive and instructive. The instructive deadlines are characteristic of the administrative process, […]
Award for contribution to intellectual property development

Award for contribution to intellectual property development

In 2006 the National portal for intellectual property instituted a special award for contribution to the intellectual property in Bulgaria. The honorary diploma will be awarded annually to individuals whose active and dedicated work has contributed to the development of intellectual property in Bulgaria and its promotion in the society. This prestigious award aims to […]

In 2006 the National portal for intellectual property instituted a special award for contribution to the intellectual property in Bulgaria. The honorary diploma will be awarded annually to individuals whose active and dedicated work has contributed to the development of intellectual property in Bulgaria and its promotion in the society. This prestigious award aims to […]
INITIATIVE OF IP BULGARIA

INITIATIVE OF IP BULGARIA

We present to your attention the constructive suggestions of the team of IP BULGARIA concerning the established project of BPO for REGULATION FOR CONSIDERATION OF OPPOSITIONS UNDER THE LAW ON PATENTS AND REGISTRATION OF UTILITY MODELS.

We present to your attention the constructive suggestions of the team of IP BULGARIA concerning the established project of BPO for REGULATION FOR CONSIDERATION OF OPPOSITIONS UNDER THE LAW ON PATENTS AND REGISTRATION OF UTILITY MODELS.
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    The amending Regulation also revises the fees payable to the Office, including an overall reduction in their amounts, particularly in the case of trade mark renewal fees. On 23.3. 2016, the Office’s online application forms and fee calculator will be automatically updated to reflect the new system.
    From its base in Alicante, Spain, OHIM has processed more than 1.3 million Community trade mark applications in 23 EU languages, from nearly every country and region in the world, since 1996.

    The Amending Regulation was published on 24 December 2015 and is part of the EU trade mark reform legislative package that also includes the replacement of the existing EU Trade Mark Directive (Directive 2008/95/EC of the European Parliament and the Council).

    OHIM is the EU’s largest decentralised agency. It is entirely self-financed, receiving no funding from the EU Budget. As well as managing the Community trade mark and the registered Community design (RCD), it works in collaboration with the EU national and regional IP offices to build a stronger IP system across the EU for the benefit of users.

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