Programs and Events
The Secondary Meaning in the Andean Decision 486

Join your colleagues in a lively discussion and learn more about the Secondary Meaning in the Andean Decision 486.

Lima, Peru
Thursday, August 28, 2014
8:30 am–10:30 am

Secondary meaning is included in the Decision 486 which establishes the legal frame for Industrial Property in all member countries of the Andean Community (Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia). The use of secondary meaning is very unusual in Peru. Many companies use common and generic signs, including color, in their advertising to identify their products and services. Join us in a lively discussion with a representative from Trademark Office to  learn more about the interpretation of Decision 486.

Muñiz Law Firm Main Office
Las Begonias 475, Sixth Floor
San Isidro, Lima

Muñiz Law Firm

Juli Gutierrez Zanelli 

Ray A. Meloni García. Director of the Peruvian Trademark Office (INDECOPI)

The roundtable will be conducted in Spanish.

Registration and information
To ensure your participation, please register by Friday, August 22 by email Registration is limited to 30 people.

Phone: 51-1-6117000 extension 6107

Please note: There is only limited capacity for the event, so early registration is appreciated. If you cannot attend the event after making the reservation, please inform us if someone else from your organization will be replacing you, or otherwise cancel the reservation. Thank you.