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Intellectual Property

Peru

Intellectual property rights are becoming more and more important to their owners, businessmen and financial advisors. In many cases, intellectual property rights are more valuable than the physical assets of a company, as is the case with well-known brands.

CMS Grau has a multidisciplinary team with extensive experience in matters of protection, registration, renewal and modification of Intellectual Property rights, as for example products and services trademarks, commercial slogans, trade names, invention patents, industrial designs, utility models, copyrights and related rights.

We assist our clients in the monitoring, control and defense of the rights granted by the registration of an industrial property element and of the interests of our clients against the illegitimate use by third parties before the administrative and judicial bodies.

We offer advice on the preparation, negotiation and execution of contracts related to industrial property elements such as licenses for use, distribution agreements, transfers, constitution of guarantees, etc.

Additionally, we advise our clients on registration, opposition and renewal of domain names.

Representative clients: Air France, Alitalia, Panamanian Aviation Company COPA, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Avior, Braille, MSA of Peru, Monsanto, Falabella Saga, Tottus Hypermarkets, Falabella Travel, Santiago Queirolo, Banco Falabella, Abaco, Unilever, Technological Resources Pty Limited, etc.

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22 April 2020
CMS Ex­pert Guide to COV­ID-19's Im­pact on IP Leg­al Tim­ings
As in all as­pects of busi­ness, COV­ID-19 is im­pact­ing the world of IP and the po­s­i­tion is con­stantly chan­ging. To help you pri­or­it­ise and plan, the Glob­al IP prac­tice at CMS has put to­geth­er an over­view of COV­ID-19's cur­rent im­pact on pro­ced­ur­al timetables be­fore courts, na­tion­al in­tel­lec­tu­al prop­erty of­fices and key in­ter­na­tion­al IP in­sti­tu­tions.
04 May 2020
EPO Board of ap­peal re­mits to ex­amin­ing di­vi­sion when pri­or art search...
In Mod­el de­term­in­a­tion sys­tem/Ac­cen­ture Glob­al Ser­vices Lim­ited (Case T-1159/15), the board of ap­peal finds that need to per­form a pri­or art search con­sti­tutes a spe­cial reas­on to re­mit the ap­peal ap­plic­a­tion...
30 April 2020
USPTO finds an in­ven­tion cre­ated by an AI ma­chine is not pat­entable
The US Pat­ent and Trade Mark Of­fice has found that DABUS is not a per­son and so can­not be con­sidered an in­vent­or of a pat­ent. DABUS is an ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence (AI) ma­chine. The USPTO ac­cep­ted the in­dic­a­tion...
31 January 2020
UK In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Of­fice finds that pat­ent law does not cater for...
The UK In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Of­fice has found that DABUS is not a per­son and so can­not be con­sidered an in­vent­or of a pat­ent. DABUS is an ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence (AI) ma­chine. The UKIPO ac­cep­ted the in­dic­a­tion...
17 October 2018
Chin­a's courts pass con­tro­ver­sial rul­ings on open-source li­cen­cing
In a re­cent de­cision that could have leg­al im­plic­a­tions on the use of open-source soft­ware in China, the Beijing In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Court (BIPC) used a con­tro­ver­sial test to de­term­ine wheth­er soft­ware...