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Jan2017
  Alejandro Castro Angulo Lawyer - General Representative             Abstract By Resolution N° 2076-2016/TPI-INDECOPI the Intellectual Property Administrative Chamber (hereinafter, the Chamber) issues a new precedent of mandatory compliance about Trademark Parcial Cancellation. Now, the prove of use of products or services that are not specifically ... Read More

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Jan2017
  Carlos Pulcha Guerra Lawyer           Abstract Recently the Peruvian Executive Power issued a batch of legislative measures to simplify the administrative procedures, mainly for the simplification of formalities and others to issue (or to complete) the regulation of the Andean Decision 486. For this last case, through ... Read More

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Jan2017
Jamely García Cañizalez Lawyer           Abstract: Some might think that the competitive relationship should be a fact necessarily demanded by law in an unfair competition procedure. However, attending to the current Peruvian regulatory system of competition, the legitimacy to act in this type of procedure falls in who ... Read More

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Jan2017
  Jamely García Cañizalez Lawyer           Abstract According to the Andean Decision 486, the non-use of a trademark is not the only fact that must be analyzed by the authority in order to declare founded a cancellation action. Actually, even when it is not a common case, ... Read More

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Jan2017
  Carlos Pulcha Guerra Lawyer           Abstract: In Process 121-IP-2014, the Andean Court of Justice developed the concept of national judge confirming the obligation of the national judges of the Andean member countries to request the prejudicial interpretations. This is mandatory for the judicial courts, but does ... Read More

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Dec2016
  Alejandro Castro Angulo Lawyer - General Representative           Abstract By Resolution N° 4665-2014/TPI-INDECOPI the Intellectual Property Administrative Court (hereinafter, the Trademark Authority) issues a new precedent of mandatory compliance about Trademark Coexistence Agreement. Now, it should contain certain minimum conditions so it can be accepted by the ... Read More

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Oct2016
Should someone be able to get a monopoly on concepts for software? What if those concepts cover the basic pieces of something as important as the Internet? These are the type of questions constantly debated in the software industry, the patent office and the courts. What is generally overlooked, however, ... Read More