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By María Sol Porro
The case was brought before, the Supreme Court to resolve the after two courts fought for this case.
By Moeller IP Brazil
On October 4, 2017 the Brazilian PTO (INPI) and EPO signed the PPH agreement.
By María Sol Porro
The Chilean national football team player, Arturo Vidal, is being sued by the "Hueso Santo" advertising agency because, according to their claim, one of the player's tattoos is based on a logo they created.
By Marta García
Consequently, Joint Ordinance No. 1 on examination of pharmaceutical patent applications was signed in April 2017.
By María Sol Porro
Last March the Constitutional Court of Peru, faced with a conflict related to the rejection of the registration of a trademark...
By Noelia Cueva
In June, the United States Trade Representative´s Office (USTR) issued an official report entitled "Special 301 Report," which highlighted the different problems that both U.S. Government...
By Moeller IP Advisors
Further to our previous post in June 2017 about this matter, on July 18, 2017, the Office of the President of Argentina published in the Official Bulletin Resolution 311-E / 2017, the planned increase of official fees for intellectual property.
By Moeller IP Advisors
On Friday, June 23, 2017, the Argentine Association of IP Agents (AAAPI) published in their Bulletin No. 1415, the discussion relating to the possible increase of official fees.
By Mariano Tabanera
Over the years, we have seen and heard many different attempts at registering different trademarks.
By Marta García
In March 2017, the Uruguayan government sent a draft law to Parliament to become a member of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), which is now being discussed before proceeding to vote.
By María Sol Porro
On November 29, 2016, the plenary session of the Ecuadorian National Assembly confirmed President Rafael Correa's veto exempting management entities representing authors both from Ecuador...
By Marta García
After years of impasse, the ANVISA and the Brazilian INPI have recently reached an agreement regarding the legal provision of "prior consent,"...
By Mariano Tabanera
The Madrid Protocol (MP) has allowed the owners of trademark registration to protect these in several countries by a simple application before their local or regional trademark office.
By Marta García
On January 19, 2017, Guatemala joined the 1961 Hague Convention abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation for Foreign Public Documents (known as the "Apostille Convention").
By Marta García
On March 3, 2017, a Patent Prosecution Highway pilot program started between the National Institute of Industrial Property of Argentina and the United States Patent and Trademark Office.