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The procedure of Trademark Renewal in Brunei

The procedure of Trademark Renewal in Brunei

Once you own a trademark registration, you must do a few important things to renew the trademark when it is about to expire. Below is some useful information that can help you have an in-depth understanding about its specific timeline in Brunei. Reminder of Trademark Renewal A trademark is protected in Brunei for 10 years from the filing dates. This may be renewed for another 10 years subject to the payment of the renewal fee. The registrar shall send the registered [...]

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India opens new communication platform Helpdesk Portal between the agency and applicants

India’s Office of the Controller General of Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks has introduced the Open House Helpdesk Portal in February 2024, aiming to centralize communication regarding intellectual property (IP) matters for applicants and stakeholders. This portal aims to facilitate the resolution of issues related to patents, copyrights, designs, trademarks, geographical indications, and semiconductor integrated circuit layout designs efficiently and promptly. Key features include a ticketing and notification system, enabling users to track and communicate about the progress of their concerns [...]

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The procedure of trademark renewal in Australia

In Australia, a trademark registration may be renewed every ten years. There are charges that must be paid. Trademark registration may be renewed an unlimited number of times. Anyone can pay for the renewal.  As you use your trademark over time, you may want to lower the number of classes you originally registered as your business or product line evolves. If you want to remove classes of goods and/or services from your registration, you must do so at least three [...]

India reaffirms its strength on the protection of AI-generated works, India reaffirms its strength on the protection of works, India reaffirms its strength on the protection of AI works,

India reaffirms its strength on the protection of AI-generated works

The Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry declared on February 9, 2024, that the existing legal framework for patents and copyrights in India is sufficient to safeguard AI-generated works and associated innovations, negating the necessity for separate rights for such creations. According to a press release from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India’s Copyright Act of 1957 offers effective civil measures and criminal remedies to address infringement issues, including digital circumvention. Gautam K.M., a partner at Krishnamurthy & Co in [...]

The procedure of trademark renewal in Japan, procedure of trademark renewal in Japan, trademark renewal in Japan, Japan trademark renewal

The procedure of trademark renewal in Japan

In Japan, a trademark right expires 10 years after the date it was registered. You can renew your trademark right six months before it expires by submitting a renewal request. The renewal cost must be paid at the same time as your request to renew your trademark right. The late renewal deadline is 6 months after the expiration date. There will be 3 reminders to notify you of the upcoming expiration date of your trademark right. Around six months before the [...]

The procedure of Trademark Renewal in Macau

The procedure of Trademark Renewal in Macau

They say nothing lasts forever, but that’s not completely true. As long as you take steps to maintain your trademark registration, it actually can last forever. Managing renewals of your portfolio of trademarks can be time-consuming and expensive if late renewal fees have to be paid. With this guide, we intend to support large multinational trademark owners and their agents in managing their trademark renewal process in Macau.   Grant, validity term and trademark renewal Registration of a trademark is valid [...]

The procedure of trademark renewal in South Korea, procedure of trademark renewal in South Korea, trademark renewal in South Korea, South Korea trademark renewal

The procedure of trademark renewal in South Korea

The duration of the protection of a trademark right in South Korea is 10 years from the date of registration of the trademark, which may be renewed every 10 years. For the renewal of trademark registration, an application for the renewal should be filed at KIPO. A renewal application should be filed within 1 year before the expiration date. The renewal can be requested within the year before the expiration date. In case of late renewal of registration, it should also [...]

The procedure of trademark renewal in Cambodia

The procedure of trademark renewal in Cambodia

A trademark is protected in Cambodia for 10 years from the filing dates and may be renewed every 10 years. No letter of notice will be sent to the trademark owner reminding them of their duty to renew their trademark.  The application for renewal of the registration of a mark may be filed within six months preceding the expiry of the registration. Late renewal is possible within a six-month grace period after the end of the validity period of the [...]

Talks on IP matters in the Indonesia-European Union Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IEU-CEPA) Working Group on Intellectual Property (WGIP), Indonesia-European Union Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IEU-CEPA) Working Group on Intellectual Property (WGIP), IEU-CEPA Working Group on Intellectual Property (WGIP),

Talks on IP matters in the Indonesia-European Union Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IEU-CEPA) Working Group on Intellectual Property (WGIP)

During the 17th Round of Negotiations of the Indonesia-European Union Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IEU-CEPA) Working Group on Intellectual Property (WGIP), Indonesia’s Ministry of Law and Human Rights addressed various issues related to the intellectual property (IP) system. Marchienda Werdany, head of foreign cooperation at the ministry’s Directorate General of Intellectual Property, highlighted the objective of ensuring the IP protection systems of both the EU and Indonesia. Werdany stressed the importance of providing legal certainty to economic players during the [...]

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