Mariano Municoy http://www.ipo.org/ This article was published by the Intellectual Property on December 2010
Mariano Municoy http://www.thedialogue.org This article was published by the Inter-American Dialogues daily Latin America Advisor in October 2010 after a successful raid performed by Interpol, the World Customs Organization and local law enforcement authorities in 13 South American countries. The editors asked different experts, including ourselves, to provide their opinions on that operation as well […]
Mariano Municoy http://www.ipo.org This is our contributin to the Newsletter published by the International Patent Committee of Intellectual Property Owners on July 2010.
Mariano Municoy http://www.globalcompetitionpolicy.org/ This article comments the Argentine judicial decision tackling the Interplay between patents and antitrust Law related to the GM soy-seed RR owned by Monsanto.
Mariano Municoy http://www.latinlawyer.com/ This brief report highlights some of the most important IP developments in Latin America.
Mariano Municoy http://jiplp.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/3/4/214 This article comments the decision issued in October 2007 by Argentine Federal Court of Appeals on Civil and Commercial Matters, which decided that the owner of Argentine trademark HARRODs should prevail on his opposition against the application filed by the owner of the same mark (for the same goods) in other countries, […]
Mariano Municoy http://www.ipo.org/ This article addresses the protection software inventions through patent in Argentina
In the comparison: procedural aspects of the protection of trade marks in Argentina, Germany and the European Union
Diana Vera Caspary http://www.grur.de/de/aktuelles/grur-newsletter-01-2011-ist-veroeffentlicht.html This article was published in german in the last edition of the GRUR’s newsletter. It mainly refers to the most important differences between trademark application proceedings in Argentina, Germany and the European Union, such as renewals, requires of use, filings of oppositions. It also explains briefly the mediation procedure in Argentina.