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Speakers confirmed for webinar on Brazil

James Nurton

We have lined up a great panel of four speakers for the webinar on IP litigation in Brazil, taking place next Monday October 28

The speakers are:

Ricardo Pinho, Guerra IP

Sherry Rollo, Husch Blackwell

Colette Durst, Tyco

José Graça Aranha, WIPO

The webinar takes place at 4pm GMT on October 28 and will last about an hour.

The speakers will cover topics including practical and strategic issues surrounding litigation in Brazil, lessons from recent cases, comparisons with the US and in-depth case studies.

The live audience will also be able to ask questions of the speakers and take part in votes during the webinar.

The webinar will be a great opportunity to get the latest information on patent and trade mark litigation developments in this key market, which is set to become even more attractive to international investors with the forthcoming football World Cup in 2014 and Rio Olympics in 2016.

Register for the webinar for free now and add it to your calendar.



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