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There has been a slow uptake in filings for the new, so-called ‘non-traditional’ EU trademarks since their introduction under the EU 2017/1001 trademark regulations, while a number of problems remain to be solved regarding criteria for registration.
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Marques 2019, non-traditional marks, hologram marks, sound marks, Brexit, no-deal, shape marks