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WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook
This is a general reference work on all aspects of intellectual property, including international treaties and conventions, analyses of all fields of intellectual property, its administration, enforcement and teaching, technological and legal developments, and WIPO's work in its Member States. It covers issues including electronic commerce, biotechnology, traditional knowledge and management of copyright and related rights and WIPO's vision and approaches to meet new challenges with a widening circle of partners. Can be used as a key reference work by creators, innovators, intellectual property lawyers, government officials, university teachers and students.
Année de publication: 2004
Trademarks Comic Book
This comic book narrates the adventures of four adolescents, who learn what trademarks are and how they and society at large can benefit from them. While the WIPO comic books are primarily geared towards students from 8 to 12 years' old, higher-level students and adults have found them useful in providing a basic understanding of IP issues.
Joint Recommendation Concerning Provisions on the Protection of Marks, and Other Industrial Property Rights in Signs, on the Internet
The provisions aim at providing a clear legal framework for trademark owners who wish to use their marks on the Internet and to participate in the development of electronic commerce. They are intended to facilitate the application of existing laws relating to marks, and other industrial property rights in signs on the Internet.
Année de publication: 2002
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.
Année de publication: 2000
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.
Protecting your Trademark Abroad: Twenty Questions About The Madrid Protocol
The Madrid Protocol, along with another international treaty called the Madrid Agreement, governs the so-called Madrid system for the international registration of trademarks. The system is administered by the International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), which maintains the International Register of marks.
Année de publication: 1998
International Classification of the Figurative Elements of Marks (Vienna Classification) - 4th edition
The Vienna Classification (VCL), established by the Vienna Agreement (1973), is an international classification of the figurative elements of marks.
Année de publication: 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.
Records of the Diplomatic Conference for the Conclusion of the Trademark Law Treaty
The Records of the Diplomatic Conference for the Conclusion of the Trademark Law Treaty held in Geneva, from October 10 to 28 , 1994, contain documents relating to that Conference which were issued before, during and after the Conference, as well as indexes to those documents.
Année de publication: 1994
Trademark Law Treaty (TLT)
The aim of the TLT is to make national and regional trademark registration systems more user-friendly. This is achieved through the simplification and harmonization of procedures thus making the procedure safe for the owners of marks and their representatives.