New e-learning modules in cooperation with MARQUES

The EUIPO, together with MARQUES, has developed two new e-learning modules on intellectual property within the framework of the ‘ECP3 Academy Learning Portal’ cooperation project.

Consultation on CP11 – New Types of Trade Marks

The draft Common Practice documents of the work-streams 1 and 2 of the project CP11 ‘New Types of Trade Mark – Examination of formal requirements and grounds for refusal and invalidity’ have...

INNORPI Tunisia now aligned with CP3

The National Institute of Standardization and Industrial Property of Tunisia (INNORPI) has published a practice paper concerning the examination of absolute grounds for refusal as regards...

Update on COVID 19

In the context of the ongoing and rapidly evolving spread of the COVID 19 throughout Europe, the EUIPO is committed to prioritising the health of its staff, stakeholders, such as Intellectual...

Consultation on CP12 – Evidence in Trade Mark Appeal Proceedings

The second draft Common Practice of the project CP12 ‘Evidence in Trade Mark Appeal Proceedings: filing, structure and presentation of evidence, and the treatment of confidential evidence’ has been...

European Cooperation stakeholders meet at EUIPO

From 24 to 28 February 2020, the first European Cooperation week of the year gets underway at EUIPO. This important forum brings together IP experts from all over the EU with the common goal of...

New e-filing for designs in Denmark

The Danish Patent and Trademark Office (DKPTO) has implemented a new design e-filing system, which went live on 17 February 2020.

New Zealand joins TMview

On 17 February 2020, The Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) made its trade mark data available in the TMview search tool.

European Cooperation: Austria implements quality management system

The State Patent Bureau of the Republic of Lithuania (SPB), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects (ECP1), has improved the service provided to their users through the launch...

European Cooperation: new online services in Lithuania

The State Patent Bureau of the Republic of Lithuania (SPB), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects (ECP1), has improved the service provided to their users through the launch...