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Surfing the Argentine trademark changes without being wiped out


Despite some problems, particularly with its implementation, Argentina’s new trademark opposition system is likely to be a force for good, say Martin Chajchir and Juan López Mañan of Marval O’Farrell & Mairal

It has been 18 months since the Argentine Trademark Law was revamped, and questions continue to crop up. The slow implementation of the new system has brought concerns in the local trademark community. In this article we address the who,...


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