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"Warning page concerning requests for payment of fees
The “Warning” web page, which lists the invitations to pay fees that do not come from the
International Bureau of WIPO and are unrelated to the processing of international applications
under the PCT, is now available in French, Japanese and Russian, in addition to Chinese,
English, German and Spanish at, respectively:
The “Warning” page has also been updated to include two new invitations, as well as a copy ofYou can also read the MARQUES Class 46 collection of warning notices from national offices here.
the text, in Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish, that WIPO has
provided to patent attorneys for use when informing applicants and inventors about such fee
requests, as well as the circular letter that has been sent by WIPO to patent Offices of PCT
Contracting States and regional organizations – see the “Practical Advice” in this issue for
details about those texts."
here. Is freedom of expression guaranteed in the law of the Philippines? Yes, er, no, according to Art & Artifice, as Simone Blakeney explains here.