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Kasznar Leonardos receives ISO 9001 certification of quality

The ISO 9001 standard recognizes operational efficiency, focusing specifically on excellent customer service and continual process improvement. Our firm has received ISO Kasznar Leonardos receives ISO 9001 certification of quality

BPTO recognizes the Right of Precedence as an argument for filing Administrative Nullities

By Flávia Tremura and Isabella Faccioli From November 2021 the BPTO will start to accept the right of precedence of the trademark BPTO recognizes the Right of Precedence as an argument for filing Administrative Nullities

Meet our new visual identity!

For over one hundred years, we have believed in all types of innovation, from market trends and new client products and services Meet our new visual identity!

Video: ABPI’s 34th International Congress on Intellectual Property

Dear Colleagues, please feel free to share the presentation video of the ABPI Congress.

Video: ABPI’s 34th International Congress on Intellectual Property

Dear Colleagues, please feel free to share the presentation video of the ABPI Congress.

Lessons from China

Despite being usually seen as comparable parts of the BRICs , the emerging economies of China and Brazil have more differences than similarities, not to mention the countries’ historic and cultural backgrounds. Ever since the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), China has impressed the world with very good indicators: substantial and steady increase in its GDP, relevant internal market, increasing participation in global trade, impressive rates of innovation and an environment that is globally much welcoming to foreign investment. Brazil, on its side, has managed to surpass economic chaos caused by hyperinflation in the beginning of the 1990s and to create a market that is both friendly to foreign investments and strongly responsive to its internal demands, after years of economic stagnancy. Both countries are heralded as strong healthy economies, with a good share of natural resources and good perspectives for the future. On the verge of organizing two major sports events in the window of two

Lessons from China

Despite being usually seen as comparable parts of the BRICs , the emerging economies of China and Brazil have more differences than similarities, not to mention the countries’ historic and cultural backgrounds. Ever since the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), China has impressed the world with very good indicators: substantial and steady increase in its GDP, relevant internal market, increasing participation in global trade, impressive rates of innovation and an environment that is globally much welcoming to foreign investment. Brazil, on its side, has managed to surpass economic chaos caused by hyperinflation in the beginning of the 1990s and to create a market that is both friendly to foreign investments and strongly responsive to its internal demands, after years of economic stagnancy. Both countries are heralded as strong healthy economies, with a good share of natural resources and good perspectives for the future. On the verge of organizing two major sports events in the window of two

The National Council of Justice publishes note on the take office of Elisabeth Kasznar for the presidency of ABPI

The National Council of Justice published the note “Expansion of activities”, about the take office of our senior partner Elisabeth Kasznar Fekete as the new president of the ABPI, for the biennium 2014-2015. http://www.conjur.com.br/2013-dez-12/notas-curtas-cnj-testa-sistema-instalar-banco-dados-recursos

The National Council of Justice publishes note on the take office of Elisabeth Kasznar for the presidency of ABPI

The National Council of Justice published the note “Expansion of activities”, about the take office of our senior partner Elisabeth Kasznar Fekete as the new president of the ABPI, for the biennium 2014-2015. http://www.conjur.com.br/2013-dez-12/notas-curtas-cnj-testa-sistema-instalar-banco-dados-recursos

Kasznar Leonardos partner will be member of the National Council for the Combat of Piracy and Crimes against Intellectual Property

As a representative of the ABPI, our partner Rafael Lacaz Amaral was invited to join the National Council for the Combat of Piracy and Crimes against Intellectual Property (CNCP), as of January 2014. Congratulations, Rafael!