If you are an attentive person, you already know that previously we were discussing the main changes in the IP Law in Chile, regarding patents. Provisional patents, patent usurpation action, or bolar exemption for agrochemistry, are just some of the figures that were introduced in this new IP Law regarding patents.
The IP landscape in Chile has changed, not only for patents but also: trademarks (today’s article), industrial designs, utility models, trade secrets, geographical indications, and appellations of origin. This reform excludes Plant Variety Protection (due to the pending signature of the CPTTP -Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership- and UPOV ‘91).
If you are an EU SME willing to protect your brand in Chile, and you would like to know how to register your trade mark, how to enforce your brand in Chile, stay with us, since today’s blog is about the main changes in Chile for the trade mark system. Read more