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08 October 2018
The government recently issued Decree 27/2018 (ratified by Law 27,444), which introduced substantial changes to the trademark opposition system, empowering the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) to settle disputes concerning oppositions that cannot be resolved by the parties through negotiation.
The new procedure for the settlement of oppositions has been regulated by Resolution P-183/2018, which will come into effect 60 calendar days after its publication in the Official Gazette on July 19 2018.
The new procedure's main provisions are as follows:
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