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  • Coming to Brazil: Madrid Protocol

    Articles | 08-04-2019

    Written by attorney at law Fernanda Mósca.   After many years of anticipation, Brazil is showing signs it is striding towards the accession of the Madrid Protocol. The Madrid Protocol is an international trademark filing and registration system, with the purpose of making it easier for businesses to enter foreign markets while  providing a cost-saving option. While […]

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  • An inovating law office for a new Brazil

    Articles | 27-12-2018

    It is not new that the world is changing drastically.  What is new, specially in Brazil, is that laws have begun to catch up with such changes, generating an update in regulations in different areas. In recent years, Brazil approved a law updating regulations on Biodiversity, another one updating the Innovation Law, the President enacted […]

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  • Lobbying: etymology and the Brazilian General Elections

    Articles | 24-12-2018

    The world lobby derives from English, meaning vestibule, hallway. By extension, it was the place where people who sought to influence authorities and/or politicians stood,and ended up designating the action of the professionals that wanted to exert pressure so that bills or policies were approved in benefit of those they represented. (BORIN, 1988). Its etYmology […]

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