San Marino joins TMview and Designview

As of 16 October 2017 The Patents and Trademarks Office of the Republic of San Marino (USBM) has made its trade mark and design data available to the TMview and Designview search tools.

Webinars on search and classification databases and tools

A series of recorded webinars on TMview, Designview, TMclass, Designclass, Similarity and the Harmonised Database is now available to access, in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

The German Patent and Trade Mark Office (DPMA) has adopted EUIPN’s Forecasting tool for trade marks and designs.

This advanced system contributes to enable IP Offices to generate forecasts of trade mark and design filings using the latest available technologies.

EUTM regulation: changes applying from 1 October

On 23 March 2016, Regulation (EU) No 2015/2424 of the European Parliament and the Council amending the Community trade mark regulation entered into force. Among other things, the Amending...

The Israel Patent Office (ILPO) joins TMclass

As of 17 July 2017, The Israel Patent Office (ILPO) has joined TMclass.

USS implemented in Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYROM and India

The Institute for Intellectual Property of Bosnia and Herzegovina (IIP-BIH), the State Office for Intellectual Property (SOIP) of FYR of Macedonia and the Controller General of Patents, Designs and...

Colombia joins TMview

As of 19 June 2017, The Colombian Superintendence of Industry and Commerce (SIC) has made its trade mark data available to the TMview search tool.

Bosnia and Herzegovina joins Designview

As of 12 June 2017, the Institute for Intellectual Property of Bosnia and Herzegovina (IIP-BIH) has made its industrial design data available to the Designview search tool.

1st Implementation Workshop ECP4 Collaborative Network in Vilnius on the 26th to 27th January 2017

The first implementing group of IPOs of ECP4 Collaborative Network, Language Check option, under the European Cooperation Projects gets ready to implement, becomes expert in Language check and...

New mapping of IP tools

Mapping is a visual representation that will help applicants and examiners to identify at which stage of the process the Common Tools can be used.