Estimation of notoriety or fame by IMPI will help prevent registration of confusingly similar marks
Since the coming into force of the 2005 amendments to the Industrial Property Law, IMPI had stopped estimating the notoriety or fame of trademarks and relied only on declarations of notoriety or fame. However, IMPI has now begun to estimate the notoriety or fame of marks, alongside issuing such declarations. With this change, the estimation of notoriety or fame will become an important offensive weapon to prevent the registration of confusingly similar marks in all classes.
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