European Commission evaluation on the implementation of EU Trade Mark Regulation (EU) No 2017/1001
The European Commission is responsible for planning, preparing and proposing new European Union laws. This also includes improving existing EU legislation.
The Better Regulation agenda is the European Commission's regulatory approach to designing and evaluating EU policies and laws transparently, which is evidence based and duly informed by the views of citizens and stakeholders, such as businesses, public administrations, researchers and experts.
The purpose of Better Regulation is to make EU laws simpler, more targeted and easier to comply with, and tailor policies better to those who may be affected. With a view to achieving this, European Commission opened up policy and law-making to citizens, businesses and stakeholders with the Have Your Say website giving access to all public consultations.
On the website, the European Commission publishes roadmaps, proposals for EU legislative acts. When these documents are published, stakeholders and citizens alike have the opportunity to provide feedback for a specified amount of time on various initiatives. The portal allows stakeholders to provide feedback in an open format, which means they can highlight topics or issues regarding a particular initiative they want to bring to the attention of the Commission in their feedback response.
The European Commission is carrying out an evaluation in accordance with Article 210 of the European Union Trade Mark Regulation (EU) No 2017/1001. As part of the evaluation process, the European Commission published a call for evidence, via the Have Your Say portal:
Evaluation of Regulation (EU) 2017/1001 on the European Union Trade Mark
The closing date for feedback was 5 December 2022.