OHIM: E-mail "alert" system replacing CTM publication letter from 1 February 2011

This member of Class 46 has made a habit of checking OHIM's website for interesting news and OHIM does not disappoint with its latest news item which was published on 10 January 2011:  from 1 February 2011, OHIM will be stopping its current practice of sending a letter (L124) to applicants (or their representatives) to inform them about the publication of a Community trade mark application in part A of the CTM Bulletin. 

OHIM's news item continues as follows (highlighting by Class 46): 

"This change follows the successful introduction of CTM Watch e-mail "alerts", available in CTM E-Filing, which now provide a quicker and more powerful solution for users wishing to know when their CTMA is published.

The e-mail "alert" feature requires logging into MyPage and is therefore only available to users of the password-protected platform making it easier to do business with OHIM."

For more information on how to set up this new alert feature, please see this article on OHIM's website.

Posted by: Birgit Clark @ 13.20
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