Analysis: Taiwan Act’s biggest changes
Revisions to Taiwan’s Trade Mark Act are at the legislative stage. Once approved, they will give IP owners greater protection as the country further aligns itself with international standards
Taiwan's Trademark Act was implemented in 1931 and has since been amended 11 times, with the most recent change made in 2003. IP practitioners see the proposed reforms as a laudable effort by the Taiwan IP Office and the government...
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