1. What is a Cautionary Notice in Myanmar? Cautionary Notice actually serves as an IPR warning which is published in Myanmar journals for public awareness of the ownership of the trademark. 2. Why is it important to follow a Cautionary Notice in Myanmar? In countries where IPR registration is not recognized, protection is sometimes provided […]Continue readingMore Tag
At present, Myanmar has no IP Laws.
In Myanmar, as domestic legislations, IP rights are protectable under the following existing laws:
- Full name, address and nationality of the applicant;
- Description of the trademark: meaning, colors claimed, translation or transliteration of the characters into English if the trademark includes characters in other languages.
- List of goods, services to be covered by the trademark and if possible, class(es) of the respective goods/ services according to the International Classification.
- Applicant: full name, address and nationality;
- Inventor: full name, address and nationality;
- Title of the claimed design;
- Class of the claimed design according to the Locarno International Classification (if available);
- Priority data: filing number, date and country (if applicable).
1. Applicant: full name, address and nationality;
2. Inventor: full name, address and nationality;
3. Priority data: filing number, date and country (if applicable);
4. International filing data: filing and publishing number (as to PCT patent applications).