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Madrid Protocol-International Trademark Filing Strategy

International Trademark Filing Strategy:
REGISTRATION UNDER MADRID PROTOCOL

The Madrid system (officially the Madrid system for the international registration of marks) is a primary international system for facilitating the registration of trademarks in multiple jurisdictions around the world. Its legal basis is the multilateral treaty Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks of 1891, as well as the Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement (1989).

The Madrid system provides a centrally administered system of obtaining a bundle of trademark registrations in separate jurisdictions. Registration through the Madrid system does not create a unified registration, as in the case of the European Union trade marksystem, for instance; rather, it creates a bundle of national rights through an international registration able to be administered centrally. Madrid provides a mechanism for obtaining trademark protection in many countries around the world which is, to some extent depending on the certain purposes, more effective than seeking protection separately in each individual country or jurisdiction of interest.

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INDONESIA: PATENT STATISTIC 2015 AND ITS CHALLENGE

 

Despite of constant growing yearly, the number of patent application filing with the Indonesian IP Office (DGIP) is still considered low if compared to other countries.

Official statistic for 2015 is given below.

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Patent Update: INDONESIA’S NEW PATENT LAW 2016 ENACTED

New Patent Law was passed by the Indonesian House of Representatives on 28 July 2016, replacing the current Patent Law year 2001 and it will come into effect on 28 August 2016.
 Those patent applications filed before the enactment of the new Law will not be affected and thus can be prosecuted or examined using the the old law. 

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