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By José Santacroce
The Government of Canada is changing the current Patent Act and Patent Rules to modernize the Canadian patent regime.
By María Sol Porro
Through these three organized stages, NIC Argentina seeks to gradually offer domain names and avoid abuses with improper or speculative registration.
By María Sol Porro
However, this new measure will allow Youtube users to upload content without the risk of losing everything for a few minutes of a song.
By María Sol Porro
Last August, the CJEU settled a new conflict about the processing of personal data, Facebook and the popular "like" icon.
By María Sol Porro
It is important to remark that Adidas had not proceeded to register its three lines before the EU until this point.
By María Sol Porro
During the trial, the Provo-based startup had previously filed for bankruptcy in 2017 and are currently still going through those proceedings.
By José Santacroce
The co-operation between the EPO and Brazil's INPI started in 2000 with a first technical co-operation project between both offices.
By María Sol Porro
They are those represented by the presence of an audiovisual file that contains the combination of image and sound.
By Mariano Tabanera
Through the Madrid Protocol any national from a signatory country can file a trademark application through the World IP Office designating one or various other signatory countries
By Vivianne Banasiak
The new rules will be valid for some fast track programmes in Brazil, with the aim of simplifying and streamlining the proceedings.
By José Santacroce
The European Patent Office and the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) of Argentina are stepping up their cooperation.
By Moeller IP Advisors
DECTO-2019-403-APN-PTE – Decree Nº 260/1996 Amendment.
By Moeller IP Advisors
Moeller IP Advisors kindly informs to clients and friends that on May 27, 2019, the INPI Resolution No. 123/2019 was published, clarifying the recent modifications of our Trademark Law and its regulatory decree.
By Marta García
On May 22, 2019, the Brazilian Senate approved the Draft Legislative Decree No. 98/2019, which allows Brazil adhesion to the Madrid Protocol, the International Trademark System.
By María Sol Porro
Echoes of the New Copyright Directive approved by the European Parliament last month extend to the other side of the pond.