Türk Patent functioning despite ‘ceasing to exist’
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A new decree has retained the functions of the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (Türk Patent), but set out a plan to partially restructure the office, according to practitioners, just a week after a different decree appeared to abolish the institution.
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Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, IP policy, parliament, government restructure, patent application, trademark application, administration