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By Marisa Moura Momoli

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 should be pursued by life sciences companies is building and maintaining a patent portfolio capable of distinguishing itself from competitors, as well as representing a well-reasoned business strategy. Companies should secure their patent assets by maximising patent coverage of the core technology and its potential improvements. One reason is that patents can demonstrate the commercial potential of a company’s technology, they are also the driving force for major events in the lifecycle of a life sciences company.

Access the full guide, published by IAM and written by Priscila Kashiwabara, Marisa Momoli and Livia Figueiredo by clicking here.
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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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February 8, 2022

News on apostille of letters-patent retroactively affected by the Direct Plea of Unconstitutionality 5,529

On February 8th, 2022, the Brazilian Patent Office reported the decision to apostille letters-patent when the patent protects subject-matter going beyond the News on apostille of letters-patent retroactively affected by the Direct Plea of Unconstitutionality 5,529

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