WIPO states set to agree rules on non-traditional marks
Member states of the Singapore Treaty will discuss introducing harmonised rules on non-traditional trade marks when they meet in Geneva next month
In June a Working Group agreed to propose changes to Rule 3 of the Treaty, which concerns trade mark filing procedures. The Treaty, which has 21 members, was signed in 2006.
The proposed rule changes concern three-dimensional, hologram, motion, colour,...
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