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Ruling enforces international trademark electronic filing requirements

Businesses could lose important trademark rights by failing to meet the technical filing requirements of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, as demonstrated by an international case of earlier this year.

In the case, In re Borlind Gesellschaft for kosmetische Erzeugnisse mbH, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Bo......

Full article >>> ed States, the PTO had to change the rules for filing oppositions or requests for extensions of time to file oppositions to Madrid Protocol applications and require that they be filed electronically via ESTTA. Electronic filings can be processed almost immediately by the PTO, whereas paper filings can take weeks or even months to be collected and reviewed.

In re Borlind illustrates......

Full article >>> l continue to be challenged with the task of keeping up with the resulting changes to PTO rules. Significantly, despite the result in In re Borlind, issued in January, there have been at least three subsequent TTAB decisions where the board has had to deny requests for extension of time to oppose Madrid Protocol applications because the potential opposer had failed to use the electronic fil......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Ariana Voight 10/12/05


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