On 28 September 2021, the United Arab Emirates joined the Madrid Protocol, becoming the 109th Member State of the System for the International Registration of Trademarks.
As from 28 December 2021, with the simplified filing process offered by the WIPO, holders of international trademarks will be able to protect their rights more easily, and at a substantially lower cost, in the United Arab Emirates.
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On 27 September 2019, Malaysia joined the Madrid Protocol and became the 106th Member State of the System for the International Registration of Trademarks.
This accession, which will enter into force on 27 December 2019, enables the designation of this country in a single international trademark registration.
With this simplified filing process, holders of international trademarks will be able to protect their rights at in an easier and lower cost in Malaysia.
Feel free to contact us should you need further information regarding the the protection of your trademarks in this country.
The Canadian Trademark Act and Regulation have been endowed with significant revisions that will have a huge global impact on trademark protection strategies in this country.
At the same time, Canada has acceded to major international treaties including the Madrid Protocol on international trademarks, and the Nice Agreement on the classification of goods and services.
On June 17, 2019, Canada will become the 104th member of the Madrid System.Find out more
Inteltech will be attending the 141st Annual INTA Meeting in Boston from 18th until 22th May, 2019. With more than 10,000 IP professionals from over 140 countries, this makes it the world’s largest intellectual property convention.
We would be delighted to meet you on this occasion. Feel free to contact us should you wish to arrange a meeting.Find out more
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, will be directly applicable to any data processing undertaken by business entities located in the European Union or by Swiss companies conducting or promoting their activities within the European Union and which have access to personal data of their customers, suppliers and staff.
The stakes are high : apart from the important penalties imposed by the new regulation, the unlawful processing of personal data can have disastrous consequences on your company’s image and reputation.
Have you identified your priorities in terms of processing of personal data ? Have you defined a proper action plan to make your tools and processes compliant with the new regulation ?
INTELTECH teams up with the Internet and digital strategy specialist BRANDIT to propose an assessment of your best practices regarding your CRM and personal data management tools, in order to ensure compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Contact us