What is real
is not external form.”
Why is Canada so different from Europe concerning trademark registrations?
We are currently representing a Swiss chocolatier in order to protect its IP portfolio in Canada.
The Canadian IP Office, unlike Europe, inquires by default if there are other similar trademarks that already registered.
Given the situation, we are developing the appropriate argumentation to succeed in registering our Client’s trademarks.
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We have assisted our client in overcoming a refusal issued by EUIPO against our client’s trademark representing the name of a famous sport competition which will be hosted next year in Switzerland. The examiner claimed as a main ground of refusal the lack of trademark distinctiveness. However, we have succeeding in obtaining the registration of ( learn more )
As of recently, Switzerland is trying to sort all of their copyrighting problems out by bringing intellectual property protection into the digital era. This initiative aims to promote the elimination of the country from a list of copyright protection watchlist in the United States. This new adopted law is focused on hosting providers with the ( learn more )