Can a seller get protection in all EU if he register TM in any European country?

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    Kallis Roy
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    CA

    Can a seller get protection in all EU if he register trademark in any European country?

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      Anna Norah
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      GB

      No, registering a trademark in one European country does not automatically provide protection in all EU countries. Trademarks are territorial rights, meaning that they only provide protection within the specific country or region where they are registered.

      To obtain protection in multiple EU countries, a seller must register their trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and obtain a European Union Trademark (EUTM), which provides protection throughout the EU. An EUTM registration is valid in all 27 EU member states and provides the owner with exclusive rights to use the trademark and prevent others from using it for similar goods and services.

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