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Interruption to the EUIPO online platform

Due to a planned Disaster Recovery exercise this weekend, the EUIPO Website, EUIPN portals, and Online Services may suffer sporadic outages on Saturday 22 January from 08h00 to 10h30 CET.

European Cooperation: Portugal first IPO to implement ECP2 User Area

The Portuguese Institute of Industrial Property (INPI-PT) has successfully implemented its new User Area under ECP2 Major Improvements to Front Office project. It is the first IP office to...

European Cooperation: Improvements to the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (SPTO) Back Office system for Designs

European Cooperation: Improvements to the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (SPTO) Back Office system for Designs ...

European Cooperation: SIPO HR achieves ISO 9001 certification

European Cooperation: SIPO HR achieves ISO 9001 certification The State Intellectual Property Office of...

EUIPO platform availability

Service to a number of the EUIPO platforms will be interrupted on 14 and 16 January to allow for maintenance. 

2021 Joint Statements of the ID5 and TM5 Partners

2021 Joint Statements of the ID5 and TM5 Partners On 2 November 2021, the ID5 Partner Offices, namely...

Awareness seminar on EUTMs and RCDs for Japanese users

Building on previous joint awareness events with the Japan Patent Attorneys Association (JPAA), an online awareness seminar on the European Union trade mark (EUTM) and the registered Community...

European Cooperation: Successful implementation of ECP7 TMD webinars

The first series of Trade Mark Directive-related webinars, organised by the ECP7 TMD Implementation Support with Training project, has been successfully implemented in cooperation with national IP...

European cooperation: Common Tools Integration implemented in Ireland

The Intellectual Property Office of Ireland (IPOI) has implemented the Common Tools Integration (CTI) tool as part of the ‘Major Improvements to TMview and DesignView’ project.

Convergence Analysis 2.0 sub-project

The work carried out within the Convergence Analysis 2.0 sub-project last year helped to lay solid foundations for the development of the new Common Practices.