OHIM MAKES TELEPHONE DIRECTORY AVAILABLE


OHIM, the body responsible for registering Community trade marks and designs, has made the direct dial numbers of staff available online.

The IPKat congratulates OHIM on its admirable openness. He's sure that making the numbers available will save a lot of time and effort amongst those who use the Office.
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