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Dannemann Siemsen
O Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF), órgão de cúpula do Judiciário brasileiro e responsável pela defesa da Constituição, decidirá se é constitucional ou não o prazo mínimo de vigência das patentes no Brasil ...
Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, PC
Trademarks filed before the Resolution with a single owner can be amended to co-ownership by way of an assignment.
Venturini IP
Four recently published Guidelines shed light on ANVISA's procedures related to prior approval analysis of patent applications
Chile
Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, PC
On July 1, 2020, the Chilean Court of Appeal overturned an arbitrator's decision granting the domain name "multimed.cl" due to Banamerica S.A. prior trademark rights.
Ecuador
CorralRosales
Nuestra asociada Katherine González publica un artículo en el medio especializado World Trademark Review en el que explica la modificación por parte del SENADI...
CorralRosales
Our associate Katherine González is publishing an article in the specialized media World Trademark Review in which she explains the new criterion of the SENADI (National Services for...
CorralRosales
Nuestra asociada Katherine González publica un artículo en el medio especializado World Trademark Review en el que explica la modificación por parte del SENADI ...
CorralRosales
Our associate Katherine González is publishing an article in the specialized media World Trademark Review in which she explains the new criterion of the SENADI...
CorralRosales
Katherine González, CorralRosales's associate, wrote for the book "Intellectual Rights Volume 25", published by the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI).
CorralRosales
Katherine González, asociada de CorralRosales, ha participado en la publicación "Derechos Intelectuales Volumen 25", publicada por la Asociación Interamericana de la Propiedad Intelectual (ASIPI).
Mexico
OLIVARES
As part of the package of legal amendments associated with the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (also known as T-MEC in Mexico), on 5 November 2020 the Federal Law for the Protection of...
OLIVARES
Pursuant to the Mexican Federal Gazzette published on November 25, 2020; the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) will close for winter holidays period from December 20 2020, opening back on January 6th, 2021.
OLIVARES
As of November 5, 2020, a new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IPPL) will supersede the current Industrial Property Law (IPL).
OLIVARES
Among the most relevant amendments in the new Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property, we find the one regarding the implementation and the lifting of preliminary injunctions.
OLIVARES
As of November 5, 2020, a new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property (IPPL) will supersede the current Industrial Property Law (IPL).
OLIVARES
The new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property contemplates the possibility of submitting a civil action before the Civil Courts against an infringer of any IP right
OLIVARES
In accordance with the General Rules section of the new IP Law, the denial of granting trademarks when their contents or forms are contrary to morals and good customs have been eliminated.
OLIVARES
Among the most relevant changes in this new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property in Mexico is the one contained in Article 214 (formerly 113 of the former Industrial Property Law)
OLIVARES
The new Federal Law for the Protection of Industrial Property includes several changes regarding administrative infringements, with the following being the most relevant:
OLIVARES
On July 1, 2020, and as a result of the entry into force of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), the new Federal Law for Protection of the Industrial Property...
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