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By Barreda Moller
Decision 486 establishes in Article 224 that notoriously known distinctive sign shall mean the sign that is recognized as such in any member country, by the pertinent sector, regardless the way or means by which it has become known.
By Barreda Moller
The marks to which Article 135, paragraph e) of Decision 486 refers are the so-called descriptive marks.
By Barreda Moller
These lower production costs should inure in a price difference but without lowering the product quality so safety and efficacy should have to be guaranteed in favor of the consumer.
By Barreda Moller
Copyright has traditionally granted in favor of its owner an exclusive right –be it understood as monopoly- to the patrimonial exploitation of the intellectual creations...
By Barreda Moller
Article 134 of Decision 486 sets forth a list of marks which can become trademarks. In this sense, although the cited article does not expressly indicate tactile marks, since the referred list is expository, said list includes textures.
By Barreda Moller
The consent of a person which, by chance, possesses the same name or surname will have no relevance.
By Barreda Moller
Both instances have technical and functional autonomy for the exercise of their respective functions.
By Barreda Moller
The Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) is a set of procedures intended to provide an accelerated patent prosecution.