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Significance of Certification Marks

According to Decision 486, a certification mark is “a sign intended to be applied to products or services, the quality or other characteristics of which have been certified by the […]

Trademark Coexistence Agreements and Letters of Cosent: new precedent of mandatory compliance for its acceptance in Peru

A universally widespread practice in Trademark Law is the execution of Trademark Coexistence Agreements and Letters of Consent, particularly when an objection is raised against an application for registration of […]

New Copyright Limitations

As established by copyright law, the copyright owner has the exclusive right of exploiting his/her work in any way or by any procedure, and obtaining benefits, except in the cases […]

Intellectual Property under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP by its acronym in English) is an ambitious multilateral free trade agreement that seeks to promote the economic growth, through the development of innovation and […]

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