The Madrid Protocol comes of age
India’s accession means the Madrid Protocol now covers more than two-thirds of the world’s population. Is this the tipping-point for the international trade mark system, and what reforms are needed? Emma Barraclough, James Nurton
and Alli Pyrah report
This could prove to be a landmark year for the international trade mark system. Last August, the Madrid Protocol entered into force in Colombia – a big step for Latin America, the region that has been most notably absent from...
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