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Main Provisions and Benefits of the Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement (2015)

The Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement was adopted by the Diplomatic Conference for the Adoption of a New Act of the Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration, which took place in Geneva from May 11 to 21 , 2015. The Act establishes an international system of registration and protection for both appellations of origin and geographical indications.

Publication year: 2018

WIPO/PUB/ROVINGSEMINARS/LEAFLET

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Publication year: 2017

WIPO/PUB/264/2016

Lisbon Agreement for the Protection of Appellations of Origin and their International Registration

The aim of the Agreement is to provide for the protection of appellations of origin, i.e., the "geographical denomination of a country, region, or locality, which serves to designate a product originating therein, the quality or characteristics of which are due exclusively or essentially to the geographical environment, including natural and human factors" (Article 2).

Publication year: 2016

WIPO/PUB/239

Geneva Act of the Lisbon Agreement on Appellations of Origin and Geographical Indications

The Geneva Act allows the international registration of geographical indications (GIs), in addition to appellations of origin, and permits the accession to the Lisbon Agreement by certain intergovernmental organizations.

Publication year: 2015

WIPO/PUB/942

The Lisbon System

The Lisbon System facilitates the international protection of appellations of origin through one single registration procedure. The Lisbon system does away with the need to file multiple registrations at different offices and covers over two dozen countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

Publication year: 2011