The topics addressed were trademarks, innovation, productive development, unfair competition, free competition and protection of personal data.
The Chilean Association of Intellectual Property (ACHIPI) held its XV Conference last Wednesday, September 6 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Santiago.
Our partner Eugenio Gormáz, senior associate Carlos Lazcano, associate Fernanda Rodríguez and associate Esteban Orhanovic attended on behalf of az.
During the day there were 4 thematic panels on:
- Trademarks: The impact of legislative changes and pending challenges.
- Innovation and productive development: The role of intellectual property and an institutional framework to promote it.
- Intellectual property, unfair competition and free competition: Review of relevant cases.
- Protection of personal data and intellectual property: Legal implications and challenges.
The event was inaugurated by Loreto Bresky, national director of the National Institute of Industrial Property (INAPI) and Cristián Barrios, president of ACHIPI.