Trademarks and Geographical indications

The trademarks and service marks are signs used by enterprises and trade companies in order to distinguish their goods and /or services from similar or identical goods of other enterprises, companies and in order to stimulate the improvement of the quality of goods and services.

 

National legislation for Marks and Geographical Indications


Madrid System of International Registration of Marks – forms – WIPO (World IntellectualProperty Organisation)

Schedule of Fees prescribed by the Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement and the Madrid Protocol – WIPO (World IntellectualProperty Organisation)

International Registration of Marks – Fee Calculation – WIPO (World IntellectualProperty Organisation)


International classification of marks

Nice Classification of Marks – see WIPO (World IntellectualProperty Organisation)

Vienna Classification of Marks – see WIPO (World IntellectualProperty Organisation)


OSIM (Romania – the State Office for Inventions and Trademarks) now part of the Harmonised Database

As of the 28th of April 2014, the Romanian State Office for Inventions and Trademarks (OSIM) is a part of the Common Harmonised Database of Goods and Services for trade mark classification.
As a result, the Romanian translations of the Harmonised Database set is now available to all users through the TMclass application.
This successful harmonisation is the result of joint effort and collaborative work within the framework of the European Trade Mark and Design Network.
The OSIM´s integration into the Harmonisation Project for Goods and Services marks another step forward in improving predictability, which in turn benefits users.
The Harmonised Database, with its new member, the OSIM, is available through TMclass at: http://tmclass.tmdn.org
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