TM’s E-filing in Full Swing with Relevant Regulations in Effect --the 409th Issue --- China Intellectual Property

TM’s E-filing in Full Swing with Relevant Regulations in Effect --the 409th Issue

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·TM’s E-filing in Full Swing with Relevant Regulations in Effect
On September 1, Regulations on Electronic Application of Trademarks formulated by China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) went into effect, ushering in an era of E-filing of trademarks. "To apply for a trademark registration electronically is no doubt an important symbol and progress of trademark system modernization in China. It is of much significance to execute the measure considering the rapid development of information network technology and the surging number of trademark registrations," said Feng Xiaoqing, a professor and director of Institute of Intellectual Property Law of China University of Political Science and Law, adding that the enactment of the Regulations will elevate trademark application efficiency and enable market players including enterprises to file and obtain trademark registrations in a timely fashion. More

··BRI Enters New Stage of Rapid Progress
Countries advised to also observe potential challenges, including cultural differences Since it was proposed six years ago, the Belt and Road Initiative has entered a new stage of rapid progress that will greatly emphasize quality, said Chen Jian, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, China’s top political advisory body, and a former vice minister of commerce. More

Shen Changyu, commissioner of the National Intellectual Property Administration, met a delegation headed by Pascal Faure, director-general of the French National Industrial Property Institute, also known as INPI, in Beijing last week. The chiefs of the IP authorities from China and France shared the latest IP progress in their respective countries. More
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This is part of a series of articles with the aim to give the practitioners in China a rough idea of the functioning of the European IPR system with a focus on trademarks and designs. The present article will look at the examination phase of an application for a trademark and a design, in particular at the possible objections for absolute grounds. From previous articles you are already informed about formalities of the application and the whole application process until the registration, its cost and duration. .... More

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