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Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Latest News: Dez 03, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 20/20)
IP Office Provides Design e-Filing Now
As of December 1, 2020, the Industrial Property Organisation in Greece (OBI), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Service, improved its digital services with the launch of a new online platform to file applications for design registrations electronically.

The new front office platform allows users to take advantage of a set of new features, such as:
- user authentication, using a custom authentication mechanism provided by the Greek General Secretariat of Information Systems for Public Administration (GSIS / taxisnet);
- integration with an external e-payment system, supported by one of Greece’s 4 primary banks;
- seamless integration with the existing OBI back office system for designs;
- compliance with General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Okt 22, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 17/20)
Back Office System Enhanced
On September 9, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office, with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has implemented several functional enhancements to its back office tool by simplifying back office communications, letters and search functionalities in order to increase efficiency and operational effectiveness when using the system.

Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Aug 06, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 13/20)
New Trademark Law Implemented
The new Trademark Law 4679/2020 entered into force in Greece on March 20, 2020. It implements the Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks and the Directive 2004/48/EC on the enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Certain provisions are retroactive to January 14, 2019. The new law consists of 90 articles and replaces the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012. Although Directive 2004/48/EC had already been implemented in the previous Trademark Law 4072/2012, the new law revises certain aspects of the trademark enforcement system.

Important changes are the following:
- No graphical representation requirement for trademarks anymore
- New types of non-traditional trademarks such as 3D, holograms, and sounds can be registered
- Certification marks are now available
- Relative grounds for refusal are no longer examined ex-officio
- Civil courts’ competence in trademark invalidity proceedings
- Invalidity counterclaims in infringement proceedings before the civil courts
- Non-use as defense in infringement proceedings
- Defenses in preliminary injunction proceedings
- Remedies for infringement
- Introduction of voluntary mediation in proceedings

For further information, please click here and here


Source: www.inta.org; www.prentoulis.gr

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Jun 11, 2020 (Newsletter Issue 9/20)
Digitisation of Paper Books at IP Office
On June 3, 2020, the Greek Trademark Office (GGE) has successfully completed the digitisation of paper books. More than 1.3 million pages of 2,600 stored books have been digitised, which form 390,000 trademark dossiers.

The digitisation process in GGE has been carried out in scope of the ECP5 ‘Capture and Store Historical Files’ subproject, which aims at digitising paper files across the EU intellectual property offices to enable easy and rapid access to documentation and data related to trade mark and design dossiers.


Source: www.euipo.europa.eu

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

For further information, please click here


Source: www.wipo.int

Apr 04, 2019
IP Office Will Not Accept Merger Request of Intl. Registration
Greece has notified WIPO in accordance with new Rule 27ter(2)(b) of the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement (the Common Regulations), which entered into force on February 1, 2019.

In the said notification, the IP Office has declared that its law does not provide for the merger of registrations of a mark and that, as a result, its Office will not present to the International Bureau of WIPO requests for the merger of international registrations resulting from division under new Rule 27ter(2)(a).

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Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
The Law No. 4512/2018 on Arrangements for the Implementation of the Structural Reforms of the Economic Adjustment Programmes and Other Provisions was published in the Official Gazette on January 17, 2018, and entered into force on the same day, except as otherwise specified in different provisions of this Law.

The Law introduces inter alia in its Chapter B, Articles 178 to 206, the compulsory mediation procedure in civil and commercial matters. Article 182, paragraph f, especially provides that the disputes arising from the infringement of trademarks, patents and industrial designs be resolved by mediation before going to court for judicial proceedings. The mediation process will be applicable as of October 17, 2018.


Source: www.wipo.int

Mrz 15, 2018 (Newsletter Issue 5/18)
Compulsory Mediation Procedure in IP Infringements Soon
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