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García & Bodán present at INTA Annual Conference

García & Bodán participated on the Annual Conference of International Trademark Association (INTA) celebrated in Barcelona, Spain in May 2017. The conference involved educational sessions, committee meetings and networking receptions, having an excellent record regarding the number of assistants, since there were approximately 10,000 lawyers specialized in Intellectual Property matters worldwide. The firm was represented by:

  • Julio Vargas, Head of Intellectual Property practice
  • Graciela Cruz, member of the Intellectual Property practice and Director of the area in García & Bodán Honduras.
  • Paola Lambert, member of the Intellectual Property practice.

During the conference different topical issues were addressed related to Plagiarism of Logarithmic Identity and International Online Piracy: A look to the Problem and Solutions Around the World in 2017, among others; being most of the exhibitors part of expert law firms of India, China, Brazil and other countries with a superior industrial development that show the emerging and actual risks.

García & Bodán attorneys’ team is constantly training on Intellectual Property matters and participate in this kind of events in order to have the opportunity of exchanging contacts and information with experts of other countries that may know and dominate new topics that are possibly not happening in the Central American region, but that may emerge in the future.  Also, the information obtained throughout the conference, both by relevant themes imparted and by shared experiences with other experts in the matter, gives our attorneys a better vision of the current and future problems, the strengthening in their arguments, defenses and even in the advice provided to the clients.

The presence that García & Bodán is sowing, is growing stronger internationally. The firm distinguishes itself not only for its excellent service, but also for the ability of addressing sophisticated subjects in Intellectual Property matter.