Archive: April, 2018

RCD

Brexit – IP rights will continue to be applied in the UK

Rapisardi Intellectual Property Group, which has its offices in Switzerland, Great Britain and San Marino recently reported the following: The European Commission published a first draft of the Withdrawal Agreement which contains the proposed terms on which the United Kingdom will leave the European Union on 30 March 2019. This is not an agreed outcome […]

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Amendments to trademark provisions of the Mexican industrial property law

On March 22, 2018, the Mexican Senate passed a bill that will substantially amend the provisions of the Industrial Property Law relating to trademarks, appellations of origin and geographical indications. The bill has already been passed by the Chamber of Deputies, and will be signed by the President shortly. We will address the amendments relating […]

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    The new EU trade mark Regulation enters into force on March 23rd. As a result, the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) will change its name to the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

    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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