Papula-Nevinpat in WIPR: Customs registration of a trademark in Eurasia and Russia — pros and cons

7.5.2020

Registration of a trademark at the national customs registers is an efficient tool to fight counterfeiting. However, even though the introduction of the IP register of the Eurasian Customs Union is already established, the member states have so far failed to implement it in practice.

Therefore, trademarks still have to be separately registered in all national customs registers of the Eurasian Customs Union member states, including Russia.

Read the article written by our trademark lawyer Annikki Hämäläinen in the latest issue of the World Intellectual Property Review here.

 

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