International Agreements: Madrid Protocol, Trademark Law Treaty, and Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks Global Intellectual Property Academy Amman, Jordan November 5 - 8, 2007. Nancy Omelko—Attorney-Advisor (Trademarks) Office of Intellectual Property Policy and Enforcement
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International Agreements: Madrid Protocol, Trademark Law Treaty, and Singapore Treaty on the Law of TrademarksGlobal Intellectual Property AcademyAmman, JordanNovember 5 - 8, 2007
Nancy Omelko—Attorney-Advisor (Trademarks)
Office of Intellectual Property Policy and Enforcement
United States Patent and Trademark Office
- does not apply to holograms;
- does not apply to sound and olfactory marks.
- does not apply to collective marks, certification marks and guarantee marks.
The Singapore Treaty allows for Offices to take advantage of electronic communication systems as an efficient and cost saving alternative to paper communications, at such time that the Office is ready to embrace the technology.
The Treaty shall enter into force three months after ten States or intergovernmental organizations having a regional trademark office have deposited their instruments of ratification or accession.