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BPTO publishes resolutions that will initiate the “Patent Backlog-fighting Project”

As part of the “Patent Backlog-fighting Project”, the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) published Resolutions INPI Nos. 240/19 and 241/19 on July 09, 2019 which will become fully effective upon July 22, 2019. Both measures are intended to dramatically reduce the number of patent applications pending of a decision within the next two years.
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December 29, 2021

Sequence listing in ST.26 format is officially postponed until July 1, 2022 by the Brazilian PTO

On December 28, 2021, the BRPTO published, by means of the Official Gazette nº 2660, the Ordinance #56/2021, which establishes the procedures Sequence listing in ST.26 format is officially postponed until July 1, 2022 by the Brazilian PTO

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July 5, 2021

Personalised medicine in Brazil: IP and regulatory challenges

Our partners Anderson Ribeiro, Aline Ferreira and Priscila Kashiwabara authored the chapter "Personalised medicine in Brazil: IP and regulatory challenges". This article first Personalised medicine in Brazil: IP and regulatory challenges

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March 30, 2021

Brazilian PTO extends the Patent Backlog Fighting Project

Continuing with the goal of reducing the number of patent applications pending decision, the Brazilian PTO (“BPTO”) published the Ordinance/INPI/PR N° 21, Brazilian PTO extends the Patent Backlog Fighting Project

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