With this new regulation, the CONICET seeks to increase its support to the TBCs by recovering the obligatory nature of their establishment in Argentina, promoting the growth of their capacities and improving the levels of articulation and public-private investment.
Last week it was launched the Argentina Delivers Platform https://argentinadelivers.com/, a public-private initiative that aims to support, promote and foster Argentina’s IT sector among US companies. Lerman & Szlak proudly collaborated by providing legal support to the drafting of legal documents on technology and privacy matters of such initiative.
Law No. 27.685 was published today on the Official Gazette. Its main objective is to promote the development and production of modern biotechnology and nanotechnology throughout the national territory.
This April marks the fifth anniversary of the enactment of the Entrepreneurial Capital Support Law, and the consequent incorporation of the Simplified Corporations (or “SAS”, after its acronym in Spanish) into the Argentine legislation.
The Argentine Trademark Office (“INPI”) established, through Disposition 195/2021, certain criteria for rectifications and waivers proceedings within the framework of the trademark registration procedures. Among other issues, it provides that: It shall be valid for foreign trademark owners ‑and therefore will not be subject to ratification- indicating an alternative way of being known within business […]Continue reading
On August 11, 2020, the Electronic or Digital Prescriptions Act N.º 27.553 (hereinafter, “LRED”) was passed in Argentina, which is of special importance within the regulatory framework of the Social, Preventive and Mandatory Isolation measures in force in the country. The purpose of this rule is to (i) regulate and allow the dispensing and prescription of medicines, as well […]Continue reading
Celia Lerman, our partner and expert in Intellectual Property Law at Lerman & Szlak, was part of the experts’ panel at the Open Innovation Online Course 5th session on July 1, 2020, offered by the Ministry of Productive Development of Argentina and the Office of Industry, Knowledge Economy, & External Commercial Management. This session was dedicated to the […]Continue reading
Celia Lerman and Gabriela Szlak, our partners and experts in Intellectual Property Law, New Technologies, and Startups at Lerman & Szlak, will be teaching at the Personal Data Protection Program of the Di Tella University (Buenos Aires, Argentina), offered within its Executive Legal Education courses. This program will be facilitated by lawyers, engineers, and cybersecurity […]Continue reading
Sistema B has published its Management Report — Argentina 2019. On this opportunity, we would like to acknowledge Sistema B’s efforts at the business community and its contribution to the Triple Impact companies’ global movement, endorsed by thousands of companies worldwide. Sistema B is a Latin American organization that supports the “new economy” through the […]Continue reading
Celia Lerman, our partner and expert in Intellectual Property Law at Lerman & Szlak, will be part of the experts’ panel in the Open Innovation Online Course offered by the Ministry of Productive Development of Argentina and the Office of Industry, Knowledge Economy, & External Commercial Management. This educational effort will be facilitated by 20 […]Continue reading