Japanese trademark pendency times rise with registrations; interest in non-traditional marks cools
While the Japan Patent Office (JPO) registered more trademarks last year than it has in almost a decade, new data indicates that it is also taking more time than ever before to decide whether applications should be granted or refused.
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