Brazil signals Madrid Protocol intent; “vast majority” of local trademark practitioners concerned
The Brazilian government has confirmed that it intends to join the international trademark system by mid-2018. While the country’s move towards the Madrid Protocol will be seen as positive by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), one expert argues that the country’s trademark office is far from ready – even claiming that its progress could be stifled as a result of Madrid.
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