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WIPO/PUB/297

Nairobi Treaty

All States which are party to the Treaty are under the obligation to protect the Olympic symbol - five interlaced rings - against use for commercial purposes (in advertisements, on goods, as a mark, etc.) without the authorization of the International Olympic Committee.

Publication year: 1981

WIPO/PUB/350

Records of the Nairobi Diplomatic Conference for the Adoption of a Treaty on the Protection of the Olympic symbol

The Records of the Nairobi Diplomatic Conference for the Adoption of a Treaty on the Protection of the Olympic symbol, held in Nairobi, Kenya, from September 24 to 26, 1981, contains all the important documents relating to that Conference which were issued before, during and after it.

Publication year: 1981

WIPO/PUB/333

Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on Protection of Type Faces (1973)

The Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on the Protection of Type Faces, 1973, contain the most important documents relating to that Conference which were issued before, during and after it. The Diplomatic Conference on the Protection of Type Faces was one of three Diplomatic Conferences which took place within the framework of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on Industrial Property from May 17 to June 12, 1973, in the Hofburg in Vienna, Austria.

Publication year: 1980

WIPO/PUB/292

Nice Agreement Concerning the International Classification of Goods and Services for the Purposes of the Registration of Marks

The Nice Agreement establishes a classification of goods and services for the purposes of registering trademarks and service marks (the Nice Classification). The trademark offices of Contracting States must indicate, in official documents and publications in connection with each registration, the numbers of the classes of the Classification to which the goods or services for which the mark is registered belong.

Publication year: 1979

WIPO/PUB/201

Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property

The Convention applies to industrial property in the widest sense, including patents, marks, industrial designs, utility models (a kind of "small patent" provided for by the laws of some countries), trade names (designations under which an industrial or commercial activity is carried on), geographical indications (indications of source and appellations of origin) and the repression of unfair competition.

Publication year: 1979

WIPO/PUB/335

Records of the Diplomatic Conference on the revision of the Nice Agreement 1977

The Records of the Diplomatic Conference on the Revision of the Nice Agreement contain the most important documents relating to that Conference, which were issued before, during and after it. The Diplomatic Conference was held on May 4 to 13, 1977, at the headquarters of the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Geneva.

Publication year: 1977

WIPO/PUB/317

Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference for the Trademark Registration Treaty

The Records of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on the Trademark Registration Treaty, 1973, contain the most important documents relating to that Conference which were issued before, during and after it. The Diplomatic Conference on the Trademark Registration Treaty was one of three diplomatic conferences which took place within the framework of the Vienna Diplomatic Conference on Industrial Property, 1973.

Publication year: 1975

WIPO/PUB/502/1

International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks (Vienna Classification) 1st edition

The Vienna Classification (VCL), established by the Vienna Agreement (1973), is an international classification of the figurative elements of marks.

Publication year: 1973

WIPO/PUB/805

Model Law for Developing Countries on Marks, Trade Names, and Acts of Unfair Competition

The Model Law consists of five Parts - Part I: general provisions, containing several definitions and the principles of application of international conventions and the rights of foreigners; Part II: detailed provisions relating to trademarks and service marks; Part III: supplementary provisions concerning collective marks; Part IV: some provisions concerning trade names and acts of unfair competition, including misuse of indications of source and appellations of origin; Part V: procedural provisions and rules.

Publication year: 1967