1. New EUIPO Academy Learning Portal, 0:45
2. How to switch to eCommunications?, 2:11
3.How to create a user account, 0:44
4.IP Enforcement Portal – introduction of new import/export feature, 15:02
TMview’s visual search facility, which allows users to search for trade mark images in the world’s largest online trade mark database, has been extended to cover six more intellectual property offices within the EU.Trade marks registered at the national intellectual property offices of Cyprus (DRCOR), Portugal (INPI), Slovenia (SIPO) and Finland (PRH) are fully searchable using images since 30 November, as well as Hungary (HIPO) and Austria (OPA) which enabled this functionality on 14 December.
The Cuban Office of Industrial Property (OCPI) made its trade mark and design data available to the TMview and DesignView search tools on 9 December 2019.TMview now contains data from 72 participating offices, and DesignView contains data from 71 participating offices.With the addition of more than 50,000 trade marks from OCPI, TMview provides information and access to more than 55.7 million trade marks in total. DesignView contains more than 14.8 million designs, including almost 1,400 designs from OCPI.
El próximo 13 de diciembre se realizará el lanzamiento en el sitio web de la EUIPO de la información pública de Cuba en la modalidad de Marcas y Otros Signos Distintivos, así como Diseños y Modelos Industriales en las bases de datos TMView y DesignView respectivamente, la cual se encuentra disponible ya para su consulta en este sitio.
As of 04 November 2019, the National Institute of Industrial Property of Argentina (INPI) joined TMclass, and will use and accept the list of terms from the harmonised database (HDB) within the tool.In addition, the National Institute for the Defense of Free Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property of Peru (INDECOPI) has joined DesignClass and will use and accept the list of terms from the harmonised database of product indications (HDBPI).
As of 21 October 2019, the Bureau of Intellectual Property within the Office of Economic Affairs of the Principality of Liechtenstein (AVW) has made its trade mark data available to the TMview search tool.With AVW on board of TMview, the tool now contains data from 71 participating offices.
An improved beta version of TMview (https://www.euipn.org/tmview/beta/) is now available alongside the original interface, as part of a planned improvement to the world’s biggest free trade mark search engine.The improvements are a core part of EUIPO’s European Cooperation activity in the framework of its Strategic Plan 2020, and have been developed in collaboration with the national and regional intellectual property offices of the EU.The interface has been completely redesigned after extensive user testing, allowing for a greatly enhanced navigation and search experience. In addition, the tool has a significantly improved search results display and categorisation system which allows results to be shown in order of relevance to the search terms.
As of 1 October 2019, the African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) has made its trade mark data available to the TMview search tool.With OAPI on board of TMview, the tool now contains data from 70 participating offices.With the addition of more than 26,000 trade marks from OAPI, TMview provides information and access to more than 54.8 million trade marks in total.
情報源: OAPI joins TMview
European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights
The Cypriot Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (CY DRCOR), with the support of the EUIPO’s European Cooperation Projects, has upgraded its existing online services for trade marks.The new e-filing solution for trade marks became available on 15 July, bringing improved e-filing and online services for trade marks to Cypriot users. The project has been carried out with the support of different teams from the EUIPO and DRCOR.
The Cypriot Department of Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (CY DRCOR)