Iraqi Trademark Office Announces Second Group of the Missing Trademark Files Damaged during the War

01 Dec 2010

BAGHDAD - Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) announced in a press release that the Iraqi Trademark Office (TMO) has published the second declaration concerning the missing trademarks files which were damaged during the war.

The declaration included a schedule of the missing trademark files, namely the files of the trademarks Nos. (16091 -22999). The declaration was published on the official website of the TMO.

The first group of the missing trademark files was published by the Office in June 2010.

By virtue of the said declaration, owners of the mentioned trademarks should provide the Trademark Office through their trademark agents and legal attorneys with documents which prove that they are the legitimate owners of the same in order to preserve the legal protection of the said trademarks in Iraq.

The mentioned declaration also stated that the requested documents should be submitted to the Trademark Office within six months from the date of the publication of the same, otherwise, the registration of the said trademarks shall be considered cancelled.

Accordingly, our esteemed clients are kindly requested to provide our AGIP Iraq Office via e-mail with the last certificate of registration and any other available documents of the trademark applications owned by the client and are included in the targeted numbers in order to rebuild its file at the trademark office, noting that the deadline for submitting the required documents is March 20, 2011.






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