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Guide to the International Patent Classification (2000) (7th edition)
Publication year: 2000
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1999
Comprehensive facts, figures and analysis of the international patent system.
Joint Recommendation Concerning Provisions on the Protection of Well-Known Marks
The Recommendation is the first implementation of WIPO's policy to adapt to the pace of change in the field of industrial property by considering new options for accelerating the development of international harmonized common principles. It provides a set of guidelines for the protection of well-known marks that are recommended to States.
Joint Recommendation Concerning Trademark Licenses
The Joint Recommendation aims at harmonizing and simplifying the formal requirements for the records of trademark licenses and therefore supplements the Trademark Law Treaty (TLT) of October 27, 1994, which is designed to streamline and harmonize formal requirements set by national or regional offices for the filing of national or regional trademark applications, the records of changes, and the renewal of trademark registrations.
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1998
Publication year: 1999
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1997
Publication year: 1998
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1996
Publication year: 1997
Vienna Agreement establishing an International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks
The Vienna Agreement establishes a classification for marks which consist of or contain figurative elements. The competent offices of the Contracting States must indicate in the official documents and publications relating to registrations and renewals of marks the appropriate symbols of the Classification.
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) in 1995
Publication year: 1996
Implications of the TRIPS Agreement on treaties administered by WIPO
This study examines each of the 73 articles of the TRIPS Agreement. Where an article has implications for a WIPO administered treaty, there is an in-depth examination of that article, pointing out possible changes in the obligations of a state. This study does not constitute an official interpretation of the WIPO administered treaties nor of the TRIPS Agreement.