NNDKP IP launches trademark monitoring service

Newsroom 31/05/2010 | 10:54

NNDKP IP, the NNDKP-affiliated entity specializing in intellectual property rights, has launched a reconfigured brand monitoring service.

The launch of the service coincides with a new law on brand legislation, which came into force in May. Under the law, the State Registry for Trademarks and Inventions OSIM no longer automatically looks at reasons for turning down the registration of a trademark. Potential reasons for doing so will be examined only if within two months of the electronic publishing of a brand registration request an interested party voices opposition to the registration of the trademark.

In response to this legislation change and with a view to the practical consequences of its implementation, NNDKP IP is offering a trademark monitoring service, which will allow clients to find out in due time of any registered requests of trademarks with a potential conflict on Romanian territory.

“With the OSIM no longer being able to turn down, ex oficio or automatically, the registration of trademarks which copy other trademarks that are already registered and used on the market, not even when we are talking about well-known brands, companies will have to come up with alternative solutions to protect the investments made in marketing their own trademarks,” said Alexandru Harsany, partner at NNDKP law firm and coordinator of NNDKP IP

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