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By Rana Gosain, André Venturini
Before what tribunals can a patent be enforced against an infringer? Is there a choice between tribunals and what would influence a claimant's choice?
By Cristiane Bonates
Plant variety protection (PVP) was discussed in Brazil for the first time in 1976 with the intention of drafting a law that would regulate intellectual property concerning plant breeding.
By Gabriela Salerno
The outline of the results of an overseas questionnaire survey targeting 52 offices, etc. in all of the 10 countries subject to the survey is as follows.
By Kene Gallois
There are several rules to watch out for when seeking patent protection for antibodies in Brazil. Despite the continuing efforts to harmonise patent practice in all countries, some differences persist.
By Andrew John Bellingall
In August 2016 Brazil will be the focus of attention for billions of people from around the world, who will watch the Olympic and Paralympic Games being held in Rio de Janeiro.
By Robert Daniel-Shores, Roberta Arantes
The Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office ("BPTO"), also referred to as the National Institute for Industrial Property (Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial – "INPI", in Portuguese).
By Anne Caroline Lapa De Holanda, Nelsa Barroso
An unexpected notification issued by the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) of India in recent weeks caused an uproar among trademark owners in that country.
By Sonia Gama
The publication of the 2015 public patents protection statistics by the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office ("BPTO") contain some interesting points.
By George Lucena
With the purpose of protecting intimacy and privacy, the new Law now requires a court order for the records of user access to be supplied. This results in the placing of a barrier to holders of infringed industrial property rights.
By Breno Akherman
When it comes to the civil procedure, it is undeniable that one of the first issues that comes to mind is perhaps the most important: deadlines.
By Hannah Fernandes
The Brazilian Franchise Association (ABF) reported an impressive growth of 8.3% in total revenues from franchise operations in 2015 and expects sales to expand by at least 6% in 2016.
By Hannah Fernandes
No mês passado, a Associação Brasileira de Franquias (ABF) divulgou os números de desempenho do franchising em 2015 e o que se nota é a manutenção de um crescimento impressionante.
By Rana Gosain, Gabriela Salerno
The Brazilian government is investing in the development of biopharmaceuticals through partnerships with innovative multinationals, local pharma companies and public research and development institutions...
By Patrícia Franco
On December 9, 2014, the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office introduced its new Trademark Manual.
By Victor Fachim
Brazil´s Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has taken steps in recent months to try and reduce the enormous backlog of pending patent applications to be examined.