The Paris Convention also contains rules of law concerning priority.
The Paris Convention does not cover internal priority rights.
These kinds of bilateral agreements usually involve at least one country not party to the Paris Convention.
The example also applies to many other countries, such as to all countries which are party to the Paris Convention.
As a multilateral treaty, the Paris Convention seeks to "protect industrial property .
Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, provides what is called the "priority year"
March 20 - Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property.
At the heart of the Paris Convention, as it was known, was the principle that nothing harmful to human or marine health should be dumped.
For information, contact the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau; (33-8) 92 68 3000; www.parisinfo.com.
I happen to be the rapporteur for the still stalled report on the reform of the Paris Convention.