Others exams - Professional representative before the EUIPO
PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE OR EUIPO (TRADEMARK AND DESIGNS)
To be qualified to ensure representation with regard to designs and/or trademarks, representatives must:
a) be a national of one of the European Economic area (EEA) member states;
b) have their place of employment in the EEA;
c) have the authority under national law to represent, with regard to designs and/or trademarks, third parties before the central industrial property service; to this effect, the person must provide an attestation delivered by the central intellectual property service of an EEA member state.
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