Indonesia recently simplified the formal requirements for filing new trademark applications and renewing existing registrations. This change follows the enactment of the Trademark Law 20/2016 on November 26 2016, which replaced the previous Trademark Law 15/2001. Under the previous law, a trademark application had to include: a power of attorney (if the applicant had a proxy); an...

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