Category: Intellectual Property

The Brexit transition ended on December 31st, 2020 and impacted directly on the scope of European Community trademarks, which are granted for the territory of the European Union (EU). EU registered trademarks are still in force, and their owners were given a fully equivalent United Kingdom (UK) trademark with a new registration number, at no […]Continue reading

Our Associate, Shirly Galante, published an article in the IPTango Blog, specialized in Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Latin America. In this article she summarizes some of the challenges and strategies in relation to the procedure for trademark oppositions before the Argentine Trademark Office (INPI), which was modified in 2018. Among other issues, Shirly, highlights […]Continue reading

The Argentine Domain Registrar (“Nic.AR”) recently announced the opening of the general availability period for zone “.ar” on September 15 of this year. Resolution 45/2019 issued by Nic.AR authorizes the domain names registration directly in the Top Level Domain “.ar”, under the zone “.ar”, and provides that the general availability period is ruled by the Regulation for the […]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, 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

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