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Andean Court can rule on questions from IP offices

James Nurton, London

In a landmark decision, the Andean Community Court of Justice has ruled that administrative bodies, as well as courts, can request “preliminary judicial interpretations”

The Court was ruling on four questions from the Trade Mark Department of Peru’s INDECOPI regarding the interpretation of Article 237 of Decision 486 (the right to co-ownership of IP rights)....

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