WIPO launches Global Design Database
Managing IP is part of Legal Benchmarking Limited, 4 Bouverie Street, London, EC4Y 8AX
Copyright © Legal Benchmarking Limited and its affiliated companies 2024

Accessibility | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Modern Slavery Statement

WIPO launches Global Design Database

Print

WIPO has unveiled a Global Design Database, which initially includes records of 185,000 records of registered industrial designs

The Database enables users to search designs registered under the Hague System and national registrations in Canada. More national collections will be added soon.

It was released on January 9. On the same day, WIPO said that the weekly-updated Hague Express database has been improved to provide improved, detailed views of registered designs.

WIPO’s Global Brand Database has also been expanded in the past month with the addition of 660,000 records from Indonesia (January 1), 37,000 records from Brunei (December 18) and 900,000 records from Mexico (December 13).

more from across site and ros bottom lb

More from across our site

Managing IP reveals highlights from the INTA Annual Meeting, including law firms’ diversity and ESG concerns and a new beginning for a Chinese firm
Firms with a broad geographic reach are more likely to win work, especially from global companies with high turnovers, according to survey data of nearly 29,000 corporate counsel
IP STARS, Managing IP’s accreditation title, reveals its latest rankings for trademark work today, including which firms are on the up
The 2024 firm rankings for trademark disputes and protection work are now available on ipstars.com
Highlights from Sunday included judicial insight from across the globe and a keynote address from Martin Luther King Jr’s daughter
Managing IP’s senior reporter Rani Mehta interviewed attendees at the INTA Annual Meeting in Atlanta about how they made the most out of their first day
A team of lawyers who joined Norton Rose Fulbright from Polsinelli say they were drawn to the firm's global platform
We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
Lawyers say a ruling concerning liability for trademark infringement could give company directors an easy way out and create litigation uncertainty
The LMG Life Sciences Awards announces the winners for the 5th annual awards
Gift this article