Brazil set to accept Madrid applications in early 2019; associations being kept “in the dark” over plans
Plans for Brazil to join the Madrid Protocol have been mooted for over a decade now, but evidence suggests it could finally be coming to pass. Talking to World Trademark Review, the president of the Brazilian IP Agents Association reveals that it is expected the Brazilian IP Office (INPI) will begin accepting international applications early next year – but concerns have been raised over the quality of examinations in recent months.
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