Nicaraguan IP office to increase fees this year
IP law remains stable in Nicaragua, but fees at the IP office are expected to increase in 2019
IP law hasn’t changed in Nicaragua since amendments to its trade mark law in 2002. Alvaro Malespín Miranda, partner at Miranda & Miranda, says “there are no major issues” in that sense. The IP office functions well: trade mark registrations...
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