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News article | 26 April 2021

Changes in the Chilean Intellectual Property Law

   

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The Chilean Chamber of Deputies has approved a new law that updates the national intellectual property system.

After its publication (plus six months), more efficient and expedited patent and trademark registration procedures will be established. New introductions are the introduction of provisional patents and a new conceptual definition of trade marks (excluding the graphic representation requirement).

In words of INAPI's director, Loreto Bresky, "The approval of this Law constitutes a qualitative leap, which allows us to face with more and better tools, our country challenge of becoming an increasingly relevant actor in terms of innovation, at the international level"

Would you like to know more about the new changes involving Chilean trade mark and patent procedures?

To read more, please refer to INAPI's website.