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20.02.2019
IMPI Mexico has started granting smell, sound and corporate image (known in the international context as trade dress) trademarks. Last May 2018, Mexico amended its Law on Industrial Property... weiterlesen...
Datum:
18.02.2019
On 12 February 2019, the Brazilian Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial (INPI) recognized “Tequila” as a Geographical Indication. The plant variety recognized is the Blue Weber... weiterlesen...
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15.02.2019
Since last 1 February 2019, international registrations are susceptible of division, and in certain cases, they could even be merged. The division of the trademark can be important in cases... weiterlesen...
Datum:
14.02.2019
Last October 2018, Chile proposed a new draft of the Chilean Law on Industrial Property. According to this proposal, it will be possible to apply for a provisional patent giving 12 months to... weiterlesen...
Datum:
11.02.2019
  The IPKey publishes on their website updates on the activities carried out by this EU project in Latin America. IPKey Latin America is a project directed by the European Commission and... weiterlesen...
Datum:
08.02.2019
The Peruvian National Institute for the Defense of Free Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI) joined the Global Patent Prosecution Highway (GPPH) pilot project on 6... weiterlesen...
Datum:
30.01.2019
The neverending battle between Chile and Peru to get “Pisco” recognized as an original and native drink from their own countries has lived another episode, now in Guatemala. Pisco is a... weiterlesen...
Datum:
29.01.2019
The National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) and CAS (a division of the American Chemical Society) will improve patent applications pendency in Brazil with the implementation of Artificial... weiterlesen...
Datum:
28.01.2019
The Venezuela´s Autonomous Service of Intellectual Property (SAPI) has recently published an article on international agreements ratified by Venezuela in relation to Intellectual Property.... weiterlesen...
Datum:
25.01.2019
According to the last statistics from the National Institute for the Defense of Free Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (Indecopi), Peru has granted 832 patents throughout 2018.... weiterlesen...
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