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February #383

Top 10 news

  • Amendment to the Trademark and Patent Laws

    At present the National Assembly of Nicaragua is reviewing an amendment to the Trademark and Patent Laws with the purpose of studying several topics. Read more

  • National procedure against counterfeited medicines

    The search was part of a follow-up to an ex-officio investigation initiated by the Prosecutor’s Office for Crimes against Intellectual Property. Read more

  • A globally recognized Venezuelan invention, helping lives throughout the world

    Jose Herrera Cedeño is a Venezuelan doctor who in March 2014 was granted a US patent regarding a catheter device for the treatment of patients with... Read more

  • Impact of international cooperation on Intellectual Property

    Paraguay actively participated in a regional seminar on strategic planning and quality management of intellectual property offices in Latin America. Read more

  • Trademark infringement regarding Zion Williamson

    Panini America filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against a Pennsylvania man for marketing and selling counterfeited sports trading cards. Read more

  • Peru nominates its candidate for WIPO’s Director General post

    Mr. Ivo Gagliuffi, Chairman of INDECOPI, is a professional lawyer with more than 20 years of experience, in the public and private sectors. Read more

  • Costa Rica digital animation is valued in international markets

    The US, Canada, Mexico and the UK stand out as the main markets for Costa Rican productions, that work with distributors of world-class content such... Read more

  • Obstructing the participation of brands in the lens industry

    The Superintendence of Industry and Commerce of Colombia sanctioned the Colombian Federation of Optometrists (Fedopto) for unfair competition. Read more

  • Uruguay industry specialists advised Argentinian entrepreneurs on investment opportunities

    Sectors such as life sciences, corporate centers, agribusiness and ICTs were presented. Read more

  • Is it WIPO’s leadership a fairytale or a linchpin for development?

    A swift analysis should be envisaged inviting us to reflect about which competences are essential and necessary to steer the prestigious rudder of... Read more