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EU officials set to decide on trade mark reforms

James Nurton, London


The so-called trilogue, comprising representatives of the EU Council, Commission and Parliament, could decide today how to reform the Trade Marks Directive and CTM Regulation, and what to do with OHIM’s surplus

The proposals "could seriously damage the European trade mark system instead of improving it"

The discussions have been going on for more than five years but have now reached the point where a decision is expected. However, it’s far...


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