WIPO and the Dirección Nacional de la Propiedad Industrial (DNPI) of Uruguay have invited IP Key LA to participate in an online seminar. This seminar on the Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks will convene national and international experts. They will discuss their experience in using both systems and the advantages of each.
IP Key LA Deputy Project Leader, Martin Schlotelburg, will give a presentation on non-traditional trade marks. The presentation will describe the requirements and look at some real-life examples related to this type of IPR.
Registering a non-traditional trade mark is a new option in Uruguay. This is why the presentation will focus on practical aspects of the use and advantages of this type of trade mark.