Programs and Events
Case study on Use Evidence of a Registered Trade Mark


Join your colleagues in Taipei at a valuable INTA roundtable!

In Taiwan, a trademark owner, during the ten-year duration term of his/her registered trademark, is not obliged to automatically lodge to the Trademark Office the evidence of use of his/her registered mark, which is required only after filing of  a non-use cancellation action. Recently, there are several Rulings rendered by IP Court which shed light on the competency of evidence of use. These Rulings would have significant influence on the Trademark Office in examining non-use cancellation cases and may serve as reference to the trademark owners in establishing evidence of use.

Come join your colleagues for a lively discussion. The roundtable will be conducted in Mandarin.

 Brochure in Mandarin

Friday, April 20

12:00 pm–2:00 pm

Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices
12th Floor, No. 248, Section 3, Nanking East Road,
Taipei 105, Taiwan

Discussion Facilitator

  • Julia Hung, Partner, Saint Island International Patent & Law Offices (Taiwan)


Admittance to the roundtable (which includes a light lunch) is free. Spaces are limited.

Registration and Information

Please confirm registration by Thursday April 12 by email to:

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