Locarno classification set to be reformed
As design protection becomes more common, a number of problems with the Locarno classification have become apparent. David Stone reports on an attempt to update the system
Many IP owners readily acknowledge that searching for registered designs is difficult, slow, expensive and inexact. In part, this is due to the international convention that governs the classification of products to which designs may be applied the Locarno...
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