The Madrid Protocol Agreement

Because of the global nature of the Internet, there is a need to protect intellectual property on a global basis. The Madrid Protocol Agreement has the effect of permitting the international registration of trademarks at a lower cost than filing national applications and is more timely in obtaining registration.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Is territorial extension available under the Madrid Protocol?
What are other treaties are present besides the Madrid Protocol Agreement?

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