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Develop your enforcement strategy in Latin America


Latin America represents an increasingly attractive investment option for many IP owners. But how should they protect their rights there? Managing IP, Olivares & Cia, Baker & McKenzie Latin America and Obligado & Cia hosted a roundtable to discuss the issue

EM: How big is the counterfeiting/piracy problem in Latin America today? AC: Counterfeiting and piracy represent serious problems for all Latin American countries. Countries such as Panama and Paraguay act as hubs for the transport of counterfeit merchandise into other countries....


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