Asked by Dayna McCormick on May 01, 2024

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Which of the following permits a firm to register a trademark in all its signatory nations simultaneously by filing an application for registration in any signatory nation and was joined by the United States in 2003?

A) The Berne Convention
B) The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property
C) The Madrid Protocol
D) The Kyoto Protocol

Madrid Protocol

An international treaty that provides a centralized system for obtaining a bundle of trademark registrations in different jurisdictions with a single application.

Berne Convention

An international agreement governing copyright protection, allowing creators to have their works protected in many countries.

  • Comprehend the significance of national and global legislation and treaties in safeguarding intellectual property.
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CD
Carolyn Davis

May 02, 2024

Final Answer :
C
Explanation :
An agreement known as the Madrid Protocol also permits a firm to register a trademark in all its signatory nations simultaneously by filing an application for registration in any signatory nation and with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)in Geneva.The United States joined the Madrid Protocol in 2003.