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ECP1 – Romania upgrades e-filing for trade marks

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ECP1 – Romania upgrades e-filing for trade marks

 

The State Office for Inventions and Trademarks of Romania (OSIM) has successfully updated its trade mark e-filing with the support of European Cooperation at the EUIPO.

The system is now fully compliant with the new Romanian law on trade marks, and includes a new e-signature capability. Trade mark e-filing, design e-filing and e-services at OSIM  have also been aligned with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation.

The upgrades will modernize the system and allow for quicker, more efficient filing for users.

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