EU politicians slam trade mark offices
The behaviour of the Benelux and Hungarian trade mark offices has been described as “absolutely unacceptable” by a member of the European Parliament
Speaking in a debate on Tuesday, Malcolm Harbour - an MEP who chairs the committee on the internal market and consumer protection - said the two offices were attacking "the basic principle of the internal market that there should be...
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