Want to learn how to protect your design inventions abroad using the Hague system? Join us as we discuss the basics of the Hague Agreement concerning the international registration of industrial designs (“Hague Agreement”).
The Hague Agreement is an international registration system through which one can simultaneously seek protection for multiple industrial designs in multiple countries through the filing of a single international application. By filing an application in a single language either directly with the International Bureau (IB) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) or indirectly through the office of applicant's Contracting Party, an applicant can seek protection for up to 100 industrial designs in over 90 countries.
This session will cover:
- International design basics
- How to register (IB or U.S.)
- Requirements of the design
For more information, email: EasternRegionalOutreachOffice@uspto.gov