Community trade mark applications will now only be examined after they are paid for

From November 24, OHIM will only examine trade mark applications and process any mail related to them after they are paid for. This means the Office can be more efficient, as it will no longer examine applications that ultimately will never be paid for. OHIM is a European Union agency that serves businesses across the EU.

Country: EU

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: European Union, agency, trademark, intellectual property, OHIM

Posted on Saturday 15 November 2014

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