Brazil prepares to join Madrid Protocol
Brazil’s IP policies are not quite Madrid-ready, and many changes will need to be made before it likely joins the Protocol later this year
In preparation to join the Madrid Protocol, the Brazilian patent and trade mark office – Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial (INPI) – has been working to reduce its backlog of trade mark applications.
“It’s improving,” says Patrícia Lusoli, partner at Luiz Leonardos...
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