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Trademarks Throughout the World is a classic work that provides practical summaries of the trademark laws and regulations of more than 200 countries and jurisdictions worldwide. Authored by trademark practitioners in the particular nations covered, and other global trademark experts, this work addresses such issues as: Color mark eligibility for registration in particular countries Optional and required trademark markings Filing an opposition against an application to register a trademark in a particular jurisdiction Whether trademarks can be assigned and licensed Available enforcement mechanisms Maintaining a registration's validity Protections for domain names Trademark rights Applicable fees The cancellation of a trademark registration Features of this publication include: Appendixes with the current classifications for goods and services Complete text of current international agreements/conventions Information tabulated by country, providing a quick resource for comparison Updated three times per year Approaching its 100th anniversary year, Trademarks Throughout the World is one of (if not the) longest-standing publications on international trademark registration processes and trademark rights. Since before World War II, Trademarks Throughout the World has been the go-to resource for attorneys in the U.S. and elsewhere to understand the laws and regulations concerning trademarks in other jurisdictions. Over the years, as the number of nation-states has grown, so has the book, with more than 200 countries represented. As various international treaties have taken effect to harmonize some of the registration practices in certain countries, those treaties and other international governing organizations have been included as well. The book is organized by country or international body, it is quick and easy to identify the governing trademark laws in a particular jurisdiction. These features all make Trademarks Throughout the World an indispensable resource for anyone needing to quickly ascertain the necessary rules to follow to properly register and protect their mark in a new jurisdiction.