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Results: 4 Answers
Trademarks
4.
Appeals
4.1
If the trademark office refuses registration, can the applicant appeal? If so, to what body and by what procedure?
 
Taiwan
Yes. An appeal can be filed with the Board of Appeals of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

For more information about this answer please contact: Julia Hung from Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices
4.2
What is the procedure for appealing a trademark office refusal?
 
Taiwan
The applicant shall submit an appeal along with a written brief, the Taiwan IP Office decision refusing registration and other supporting materials. Generally, the Board of Appeals will review the appeal based on the brief and evidence submitted. The board sometimes holds oral hearings where deemed necessary.

For more information about this answer please contact: Julia Hung from Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices
4.3
Can the reviewing body’s decision be appealed? If so, to what body and by what procedure?
 
Taiwan
Yes. The Board of Appeals’ decision may be appealed through a trial before the IP Court.

For more information about this answer please contact: Julia Hung from Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices