SWISS STYLE FOR THE CD


The IPKat learns that the EU Member States have agreed to adopt the Geneva Act with respect to the Community design. A regulation achieving this objective has been adopted, but it hasn’t yet received a number or been published.


The IPKat is glad to know that the EU will be in the company of such IP luminaries as Namibia, Lichtenstein and Kyrgyzstan.
STOP PRESS: the IPKat is grateful to Aurelio Lopez-Tarruella Martinez (University of Alicante) for pointing out that the regulation was published in the OJ of 29 December 2006.
SWISS STYLE FOR THE CD SWISS STYLE FOR THE CD Reviewed by Unknown on Tuesday, January 02, 2007 Rating: 5

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