Indonesia considers unorthodox approach to trade mark examinations
If the latest draft revision of Indonesia’s trade mark law passes, the trade mark office will publish applications before substantive examination. Would rights holders benefit from such a system?
Currently, Indonesia’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property Rights (DGIP) conducts a substantive examination of trade mark applications and publishes the accepted applications, like most trade mark registrars around the world. Under the proposed law, applications would first undergo a short...
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