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Guam Trademark Commission meets on February 23rd

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - It only met once in the last year and on Monday, the Guam Trademark Commission will reconvene again. The Guam Trademark Commission was created in 2013 and sits under the purview of Cultural Affairs oversight chair Speaker Judi Won Pat. While the Guam Product Seal only provides limited protection to "Made In Guam" products, it does not address the need for local intellectual property rights or a cultural trademark. The commission is comprised of members from Rev & Tax, Chamorro Afairs, Guam Visitors Bureau, GEDA, the attorney general and CAHA. The meeting is set for February 23 at 10 in the morning at the Guam Legislature.

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