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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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June 8, 2022

INPI publishes communication on new sequence listing standard for patent applications in Brazil

On 7 June 2022, in the Official Gazette 2683, the Brazilian patent office published a communication regarding the new standard for submission INPI publishes communication on new sequence listing standard for patent applications in Brazil

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March 28, 2022

Brazilian PTOs publishes a technical note providing guidance on the patentability of elite events

On March 17, 2022, the BPTO released the INPI/CPAPD technical note No. 01/2022, which provides guidance on the patentability of inventions involving Brazilian PTOs publishes a technical note providing guidance on the patentability of elite events

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February 14, 2022

Life sciences patent eligibility in Latin America: a guide

Patents are critical to the life sciences industry and often spark intense and heated debate. To be successful, one key strategy that Life sciences patent eligibility in Latin America: a guide

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