Italy introduces changes to historical trademarks of national interest

The "Decreto Rilancio" (Law Decree 34/2020) – which was recently converted into law – has changed the regulation of Italian historical trademarks. With the repeal of Article 185-ter IPC, companies that now succeed in registering a historical trademark may have access to a number of benefits, while several of the perceived disadvantages of the previous system have been amended.

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