Philippines IP Office to Raise Fees

Law360, New York (January 7, 2004, 12:00 AM EST) -- The Philippines will raise fees for intellectual property filings for the first time in nearly four years on Jan. 16, the Intellectual Property Office said.

The new fee structure adjustment will be the first since the office was transferred under the direct supervision of the Office of the President from the Department of Trade and Industry.

Under the office’s fee structure, property rights holders are classified as small entities, large entities or youth filers, or those who are younger than 22 at the time of filing...
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