Two years after the new Trademark Law came into force, OSIM considers that some changes to the trademark registration procedure are in order, based on its practical experience.
Two years after the new Trademark Law came into force, the State Office for Inventions and Trademarks (OSIM) considers that some changes to the trademark registration procedure are in order, based on its practical experience.
Consequently, OSIM has issued a set of instructions that are meant to resolve some of the issues that the office has been confronted with in the past couple of years. The instructions have been the subject of a seminar organised by OSIM with the declared purpose of gathering feedback from the other stakeholders involved in the trademark registration process.
It appears that the major problem the OSIM seeks to address with these new measures is the issue of bad faith trademark applications.
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OSIM, Romania Trademark Law, trademark registration