Domain Names in Latin America

Registration period

Event type: Webinar

Time: 15.00h (CET)

Location: Online

Admission: Free (registration required)

Language: English

Event description

The webinar aims to show EU SMES how a Domain Name can be a profitable business tool in the Latin American markets. Attendees will have the chance to see how to avoid potential IPR infringements, protect their brand, understand more the Domain Name-Trademark relationship and have a practical overview on the UDRP proceedings.

About the speaker

Mr. Gonzalo Bleda is a Legal Case Manager at the Arbitration and Mediation Center of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), where Gonzalo is responsible for managing and administering domain name disputes (more than 200 proceedings administered), regarding generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and various country code top-level domains (ccTLDs). He is a lawyer specialist in e-commerce, information technology, telecommunications, privacy, intellectual property (LLM in intellectual property law at QMUL) and commercial law (LLM in business law at IE Law School). 

About the webinars

The Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk webinars are business-oriented, online trainings, which could be attended from any internet-connected place. This free-of-charge events are conducted by top professionals that know exactly what an SME needs to know to improve its business strategy regarding IP registration and enforcement in the Latin America region. 

Join our next webinars and get in contact with same-interests companies or have a look at our past webinars and do not miss the chance to harness from others' real-life cases. 

Additionally, if you would like to have a webinar on a specific topic that may be of help for your SME, do not hesitate to contact us by  e-mail. Your opinion and suggestions are very important to us!

About the Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk

The Latin America IPR SME Helpdesk offers free of charge, first-line support on IP and IP rights matters to facilitate the expansion of European SMEs (EU SMEs and SMEs from the Associated countries) already established at, or working with entities in Laatin America as well as those potentially interested in establishing commercial and R&D activities and ventures in these countries.