The IPKat has been playing around with the improved version of the search facilities that OHIM (the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market) runs for decisions of the Boards of Appeal, the Opposition Divisions and the Cancellation Division. You can search decisions by all sorts of lovely categories such as trade mark class, legal basis for the decision and real text (this last facility enables you to search cases by name of party, name of representative or anything else that takes your fancy). Well done, OHIM!

Searching here, here and here
WELL DONE, OHIM WELL DONE, OHIM Reviewed by Jeremy on Thursday, May 20, 2004 Rating: 5

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