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Personal name and signature trademarks: Brazilian courts set the tone

By Paulo Parente Marques Mendes

Two of the most emblematic cases on the interplay between personality rights and trademark rights were decided in 2015

The Brazilian Federal Constitution protects IP rights as fundamental rights. This means that IP rights are principles of the republic and need to be protected not only by IP laws but by the judicial system as a whole.

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