Given the success of the Priority Patent Examination Program in Argentina, which managed to significantly reduce the study and resolution times of patent applications, the National Patent Office established its continuity on a permanent basis.
Did you know that Argentina has its own trademark? This year, the official trademark of the Argentine Republic detailed herein was approved (“Argentina Country Brand” approved by Decree No. 460 of July 14, 2021) and the Rules and Manual for its use were recently issued (Resolution 60/2021 of the Secretariat for Tourism Promotion of the […]Continue reading
Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on April 26th. It is a special opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of intellectual property rights in promoting innovation and creativity. At Lerman & Szlak we believe it is essential to develop an effective strategy to protect your intellectual property assets and thus strengthen the competitiveness of your […]Continue reading
Through Resolution 194/2020, the INPI ordered the resumption of the course of the deadlines of the procedures under its competence that were suspended by INPI Resolution N°16/20 and its successive extensions. Such resumption will operate as of December 14th, 2020. For more information please contact us at [email protected]
The Argentine Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) moves forward digitalization by providing under Resolution INPI 168/2020 issued on October 19, 2020 that from October 21st, 2020, certificates of patents for inventions and utility models, such as priority documents and certificates on the status of patents and utility models, will be signed and issued only digitally. […]Continue reading
On January 11, 2018, Argentina’s executive power released Decree 27/2018, which impacted substantially on IP regulations, focusing on trademarks, patents and industrial designs. It is important to note that, although the Decree was released to take effect on the next day, January 12, 2018, Argentina’s Patent and Trademark Office (INPI) has not yet issued the […]Continue reading