European Union Intellectual Property Office

The European Union Intellectual Property Office is a European Union agency responsible for the registration of Community trademarks and designs. A registered EU trademark or design is a gateway to the single European market. It protects intellectual property rights throughout the European Union, which includes 28 countries and 500 million inhabitants.

Under the heading 'Institutional information' you may find additional information about the organisation of the Office, with sections related to the Administrative Board, the Budget Committee and the Boards of Appeal, as well as financial and budgetary information and the agency's organisational chart.

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