18 February 2020TrademarksRory O'Neill

EUIPO extends deadlines for Chinese parties over COVID-19 "exceptional occurrence"

The  European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has extended deadlines in trademark and community design proceedings for Chinese parties in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak, COVID-19.

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