Brazil’s accession to the Madrid Protocol has included several important changes to the country’s trademark system, such as simplifying the registration of trademarks, reducing costs, and implementing procedures that were not previously possible through the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO). Among these changes is the long-awaited possibility of co-ownership of trademarks.
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