Category: Articles.February.24

Argentina and Uruguay once again declared adequate countries for international data transfer

By Mariano Peruzzotti, Candela Basilotta and Andrea Sanchez Vicentini On January 15, 2024, the European Commission (“Commission”) concluded its review of 11 existing adequacy decisions, including Argentina and Uruguay. In its report, the Commission finds that personal data transferred from the European Union to Andorra, Argentina, Canada, Faroe Islands, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Israel, […]

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UK court rejects AI as inventor of patents.

By Mariel Chichisola and Florencia Gutierrez On December 20 th, 2023, the UK Supreme Court ruled on the recognition of artificial intelligence (AI) as a patent inventor in the case of Thaler v Comptroller-General of Patents, Designs and Trade Marks. At the center of the dispute was American innovator Stephen Thaler and his creation, an […]

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Review of the Argentine Trademark Office’s note about new decisions on nullity and cancelation actions of trademark registrations, published in La Ley on November 27, 2023.

By Raquel Flanzbaum The article has two main parts: (i) a brief review of the new system of nullity and cancelation action of trademark registrations, introduced by Law 27.444; and (ii) a review of the latest administrative decisions on this matter, which provides a better understanding of the position and criterion currently being adopted by […]

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New NIC.AR official fees

As from January 15, 2024, the fees corresponding to Internet domains procedures in have been modified, according to Resolution 5/2024 of the Legal and Technical Secretary published in the Official Gazette of the Argentine Republic. The increases are intended to keep the infrastructure necessary for the operation of the DNS in the country and the […]

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