Gastronomy in Chile is experiencing a moment of overflowing
creativity. Especially among the new generations of entrepreneurs
who with originality seek to project their stamp and identity
beyond the borders.
Protecting the gastronomy with the Intellectual Property
Talking with Clarke, Modet & C° Chile, on Thursday,
November 3rd, our General Manager in Chile, Carolina del Río
and the Prosecution Manager, Cecilia Belmar, welcomed a select
group of national gastronomy talents with the aim of exchanging
questions and experiences related to this topic.
In a relaxed atmosphere, enlivened with the fine snacks of Club
El Golf 50, Carolina and Cecilia shared the best recipes of
Intellectual Property to protect and generate wealth from the
innovative talent put at the service of a prosperous
In an interactive and practical class on the importance of
knowing the different ways to protect the intellectual creation,
protecting the immense value of the own ideas, had a significant
impact on the entrepreneurs, in general, mainly concerned to create
and to carry out its quality products.
Asking and telling experiences related to these topics was the
tonic of a conversation that continued without pause for almost two
hours. It would be difficult to deliver more timely knowledge to
better-qualified guests and willing to follow the path of
opportunities outlined in the last Talking with Clarke, Modet &
C ° Chile.
Owner of Carnes La Manada. COLAB Director, Laboratory of Social
Innovation at the Catholic University of Chile. Ambassador for
Latin America the Social Innovation Exchange.
Chef and creator of Mercado Mastica, one of the main gastronomic
events of Santiago, recognized as a fair that stands out for its
Creator and owner of the brand Sabor con Sentido, healthy
products based on herbs, spices and condiments in tubes and gourmet
laboratories. Member of the Chilean chapter on Culinary Herbs and
Creator and owner of Barra Chocolate, a chocolate factory based
on cocoa from different Latin American territories. Elaborated with
techniques of manual production and organic species. Bundled in
creative designs and formats.
José Antonio Menares
Chef and creator of gastronomic concepts. With his talent he has
directed the kitchen in the best restaurants of Santiago. The
owners of the licenses of Gastón Acurio and Armani in Chile,
they noticed in him and sent it to Italy to "infect" with
the philosophy of Caffé Armani.
Successful French businessman based in Chile. Owner of nine
restaurants and prolific creator of widely recognized gastronomic
Javiera Gutiérrez / Juan Pablo Ramírez
Founding members of Munani Snacks. Pioneers in creating products
based on seaweed, developed in collaboration with local groups of
collectors and algueros of Chile.
They have received support and recognition from ProChile, CORFO,
PUC, Incuba UC and organizations related to innovation.
Founder and owner of Aztlan sweets. She produces energy bars and
snacks in different formats, based on seeds and nuts.
Amateur kitchen engineer and hummus addict who decided to launch
his own venture experimenting with innovative recipes of hummus.
Its brand, Babar Gourmet Dips is in the expansion stage.
Marketing Authorization (MA) process in Mexico involves the direct or indirect participation of IP authority.
While it is true that each stage of the Marketing Authorization process includes particular steps, most of them have well-stablished guidelines; however, the stages related to IP rights are still under refinement.
In order to understand the relationship between actual IP rights and the MA prosecution process, Clarke Modet & Co offers wide range solutions from the IP point of v
Directed to in-house patent and legal professionals of pharmaceutical companies and their subsidiaries, to understand the relationship between IP rights and the market authorization prosecution process for a drug in Mexico.
IP services during Marketing Authorization (MA) process in Mexico:
Background: Search of patent documents related to a drug, Linkage system
Processing: Filling response to office actions from COFEPRIS related to IP matters
Monitoring: Importations and exportations vigilance
El 27 de diciembre de 2016, fue publicado en el Diario Oficial de la Federación un Acuerdo que modifica lineamientos para el uso del Portal de Pagos y Servicios Electrónicos (PASE) del Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI), en trámites de solicitudes de marca y aviso comercial.
Recently the Nice International Classification of Products and Services, a system used to categorize trademark applications, has been updated once again, with the entry into force of the 11th Edition on January 1, 2017.
Under the Mexican Trademark Law there is no obligation to use a trademark until renewal time is reached in the 10th year as of the filing date of the registration to be renewed and when filing the application for renewal it is only necessary to declare under oath that the mark has been used during a term of the last three years.
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