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In <i>Microsules y Bernabo SA v Syncro Argentina SAQUIF</i>, the Federal Court of Appeal in Buenos Aires has held that two confusingly similar trademarks for the same class of goods may coexist if the products are not sold in the same places.
03 February 2003
Two recent cases - one involving the French company L'Oréal, the other involving US company American Home Products Corporation - indicate that the Argentine courts are rigorously applying the provisional measures provided by the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights.
29 January 2003
In <i>American Home Products Corporation v Laboratorios de Investigaciones Cosméticas SRL</i>, a court in Buenos Aires has ruled in favour of the defendant who opposed the registration of a trademark to cover a class of goods different from its own.
24 January 2003
In <i>Eduardo Denkberg v Coto Cicsa</i>, an appellate court has ruled that the defendant's unauthorized use of the plaintiff's trademark frustrated the plaintiff's ability to license it in the future. The court ordered the defendant to cease using the mark and to pay the plaintiff general damages for loss of opportunity.
20 January 2003
In <i>Chivilcoy Gas (Solgas) v Totalgaz Argentina SA</i>, a federal court has found Chivilcoy Gas (and its directors) guilty of infringing the trademark rights of other gas companies by refilling their trademarked containers with its own gas.
17 January 2003
Parliament has approved a new law which requires that all prescriptionsfor medicine must be made using the medicine's international non-proprietary name. In addition, pharmacists must substitute trademarked medicine with a cheaper alternative. These measures may have the effect of weakening the trademarks of large pharmaceutical companies.
28 November 2002
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