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Trademarks
The country’s location and infrastructure projects paint a compelling picture for investors, so what’s the situation for brands? Sofia Araújo of Inventa explains.   19 June 2024
Trademarks
The new Trade Marks Act may provide some relief for enforcing international and service marks but questions remain around earlier international registrations, say Lisa van Zuydam and Kim Rampersadh of Adams & Adams.   17 June 2024
Trademarks
Series or families of trademarks can be used as grounds for opposition against European trademarks if certain conditions are met, says João Pereira Cabral of Inventa.   7 June 2024
Trademarks
Decisions taken by domain managers are often difficult, complex and time-pressured. Nicole DelleDonne and Heather MacNeil of GoDaddy Corporate Domains, with Donna Lyon of Ally Financial, offer a guide to help those thrown in the deep end.   5 June 2024
Diversity
Imposter syndrome, family commitments and a male-designed system can all hinder women’s participation in professional networking, but some female-led groups are initiating change, writes Juliana Neves of Licks Attorneys.   30 May 2024
Trademarks
Slight variations in evidence can lead to vastly different outcomes in disputes—and prior decisions cannot be relied on as indicators of success, says Massimo Cimoli of De Simone & Partners, Dennemeyer & Associates Italy.   20 May 2024
Trademarks
Applicants who copy a small number of trademarks can still be found to have obvious malicious intent, say Charles Feng, Max Zhang and Lian Xue of Tahota (Beijing) Law Firm.   20 May 2024
Jurisdiction reports
Due to the Russian invasion, Ukraine is facing significant challenges; however, IP rights have remained intact amidst these difficulties. As the country undergoes reconstruction, IP rights play a crucial role in this essential endeavour, writes Riikka Palmos of Papula-Nevinpat.   20 May 2024
Jurisdiction reports
Victor Adames of BCB Law & Business explores the dynamic intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and intellectual property, discussing both the challenges and opportunities it presents.   20 May 2024
Patents
India’s thriving innovation ecosystem has helped the country buck the global trend of diminished IP activity and show rises in patents, trademarks, designs and GIs, says Ashwin Julka of Remfry & Sagar.   20 May 2024

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Managing Partner   With over 25 years of experience, Igor is the founding partner of Simões Intellectual Property, having graduated in Chemical Engineering from Fluminense Federal University (UFF) and in Law from Candido Mendes University. He is also an Industrial Property Agent, registered before the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BRPTO) since 2001. Combining technical and legal knowledge, he held leadership positions in intellectual property firms and worked as a guest teacher in the postgraduate course in Competition Law and Intellectual Property at Candido Mendes University. Igor has knowledge in all areas of Intellectual Property, demonstrating extensive experience in litigation before Brazilian State and Federal Courts, as well as in all administrative petitions before the BRPTO. His practice also involves prior art searches, technical and legal consultancy in Intellectual Property, focusing on patents, industrial designs, trademarks and copyrights, and software. He is a member of the Brazilian Bar Association, the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association (ABPI), the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI).   Simoes Intellectual Property
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Director and Co-Founder   As Director & Co-Founder of Effectual Services, one of the India's fastest-growing patent and trademark consulting firm. Dr Amit manages and supervises different practice groups at the firm and leads a team of 250+ professionals involved in patent/ trademark strategies, IP assets monetization, patent litigation and technology scouting. He has been providing IP asset management, technology research and strategy solutions to Fortune 500 companies in diverse technical domains. Dr Amit has 18 years of international legal experience across IP services. He has worked with global companies ranging from multinational corporations, universities, start-ups and others. He has advised them on the development of their IP portfolios, acquisition of assets, patent licensing and patent portfolio management. He has also counselled on issues pertaining to M&A's, valuation of intellectual property, licensing and assessment of technological breakthroughs. Dr Amit has provided support to the R&D teams of multinational corporations in competitor intelligence, technology scouting and advisory/consulting. He has managed a number of open innovation programmes to identify potential partners and develop strategic alliances in different technical streams.   Effectual Services & Global Legal Association