This work examines trademark law and practice in over 80 different national jurisdictions, with an emphasis on the registration process, maintenance of marks, and enforcement of registered rights across multiple jurisdictions. Covering more than 80 countries, the text provides a detailed explanation of laws and regulations related to initial trademark registration requirements and procedures, oppositions, extensions, renewals, and reinstatements. Summary coverage is given to transfers, assignments, licenses, and means of enforcement. Organized by jurisdiction, the title features comprehensive information on substantive and procedural requirements, along with the most common forms for initial registration in each country. The set also includes important timelines and easy-to-follow forms, and special chapters providing an overview and discussion of major trademark treaties, trademark law and infringement on the Internet, and protecting trademarks worldwide.