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Turkey: Implementing Regulations of New Law Enter Into Force

Effective April 24,2017 a new Law No. 6769 came into force related to the Protection of Industrial Property Rights. The new law replaces and repeals the Decree Laws on Patents and Utility Models, Trademark and Service Marks, Industrial Designs, and Geographical Indications which were previously adopted in Turkey.

The new Law includes provisions on the protection of patents, integrated circuits, industrial designs, trademarks and trade names, which ensures that Turkey’s IP framework is now better suited to the needs of IPR owners, and is more harmonized with global practice.  The Law stipulates the restructuring of the internal organization of the Turkish Patent Institute, which was rebranded as the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office.

Source:  SabaIP.com