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By Isabella Cardozo, Robert Daniel-Shores, Rafael Rocha
Many multinational drug makers are active in Brazil.
By Kene Gallois, Samantha Salim
The Brazilian PTO published in January 2nd Rule 208/2017, which provides guidelines for the examination of patent applications related to the chemical field.
By André Venturini, Rana Gosain
Brazil's government is expected soon to launch an emergency measure to eliminate the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office's (INPI) backlog by automatically granting 231,000 pending non-pharmaceutical applications.
By André de Oliveira
Em uma emblemática cena de um famoso filme do final dos anos 90, o cientista maluco Wayne Szalinski, interpretado por Rick Moranis...
By Isabella Cardozo, Robert Daniel-Shores
O Brasil deu um novo e importante passo rumo ao Protocolo de Madri, com a apresentação, nesta semana, do projeto de adequação do INPI ao sistema internacional de registro de marcas.
By André Venturini
On November 13th, the Brazilian Patent Office (BRPTO) and the Chinese Patent Office (SIPO) signed a memorandum of understanding establishing the basis for a future PPH program between both institutes.
By Anne Caroline Lapa De Holanda, Robert Daniel-Shores
Na última semana, o INPI disponibilizou a lista de Indicações Geográficas (IGs) da União Europeia (UE) para consulta pública.
By Kene Gallois, Samantha Salim
Since 2001, the grant of pharmaceutical-related patent applications in Brazil has come to depend on a prior approval analysis by the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA).
By André Venturini
The Brazilian Patent Office (BRPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO) signed yesterday a memorandum of understanding setting the basis of a future PPH program between both institutes.
By Giovanna Maria Sgaria De Morais Moulin, Roberta Arantes
Brazil is the largest market in Latin America. Every year, the Brazil Patent and Trademark Office (INPI) receives thousands of applications, most of them from foreign applicants.
By André de Oliveira
Em recente decisão, a Suprema Corte Americana manteve o entendimento dos tribunais inferiores locais de conceder registro de marca para a expressão "THE SLANTS" para uma banda de música formada por descendentes asiáticos.
By Gustavo Sartori Guimarães, Breno Akherman
It is true that in several countries the main patentability requirements are almost the same due to international agreements such as the TRIPS Agreement.
By Rana Gosain, Ricardo Dutra Nunes
The Brazilian Government is considering an emergency measure to eliminate the Patent Office's chronic backlog problem by automatically granting 230,000 pending applications by 2020.
By Rafael Salomão Romano
No começo de junho de 2017, o baixista Gene Simmons, da banda norte-americana Kiss, surpreendeu o mundo da música ao depositar um pedido de registro de marca para o famoso gesto do rock no...
By Hannah Fernandes
Franchising has certainly consecrated a very important private sector in Brazil. It still interests to small and medium investors that see in franchise a good opportunity to start-up a business with...