Having a regional practice on Intellectual Property makes our firm specially sensitive to changes and differences on each country’s IP regulation. Little differences in formalitiesoften turn into huge differences in time and expenses.
BR Latin America, would like to announce the participation of our Chairman, Alvaro Ramirez, Bonilla, as a moderator for a Table Topic at INTA’s 2016 Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL.
Financial and macroeconomics conditions of many emerging markets are more stable and healthier than the conditions in some developed countries.
With almost 500.000 annual trademark applications and reaching 50.000 annual patent applications, Latin America is a region that is increasingly giving importance to the protection of its innovative industries.
The Trademark Direction of the National Institute of Industrial Property in Argentina decreed that the trademark fees will rise from October of 2015.
Panama’s government is finally updating their IP legislation to international standards. In the Latin American IP market, is one of the few countries in the region that has not approved the Patent Cooperation Treaty.