European Union trade mark regulation

Regulation (EU) No 2015/2424 of the European Parliament and the Council amending the Community trade mark regulation has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The Amending Regulation will enter into force on 23 March 2016. From that day, the Office will be called the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the Community trade mark will be called the European Union trade mark. More information


OHIM databases

Go to eSearch plus, an OHIM database

eSearch plus

Comprehensive information about trade marks, designs, owners, representatives and bulletins.

Go to eSearch Case Law, an OHIM database

eSearch Case Law

OHIM decisions, judgments of the General Court, Court of Justice and national courts.

Go to EuroLocarno, an OHIM databse


Classification and terms for indications of products in each of the official EU languages.

Go to verify certified copies, an OHIM database

Verify certified copies

Enter an Identification Code (ID) to view the original document of a CTM certificate.

European tmdn databases

Go to TMview, an european tmdn database


Trade marks of all official trade mark offices which are participating at national, international and EU level.

Go to Designview, an european tmdn database


Centralized access point to registered designs information held by any of the participating National Offices.

Go to TMclass, an european tmdn database


The one-stop classification gateway to the Harmonised Database applied in the EU and databases worldwide.

Go to Enforcement Database, an european tmdn database

EDB Database

Connects right holders with custom and police to protect products against counterfeiting.

Go to Similarity, an european tmdn database


EU IP Offices' assessment of the similarity between goods and services.

Page last updated 04-01-2016