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Intellectual Property - Argentina
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Manuel Alonso advises clients on trademark and copyright protection, licensing agreements, pre-registration analysis, trademark and copyright litigation, and other issues related to intellectual and industrial property matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Manuel Alonso was in charge of the Intellectual Property practice at Rattagan Macchiavello Arocena & Peña Robirosa Abogados (2006-2008), an associate within the Trademark practice at IP boutique firm Richelet & Richelet (1997-2006) and an officer in the National Civil Court No. 26 (1995-1997).
He is admitted to practice law in the City of Buenos Aires.
Manuel Alonso graduated as an attorney from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1995. In 1997, he registered as a Patent and Trademark Agent at the Instituto Nacional de la Propiedad Industrial - INPI. He did a Specialisation course on Industrial Property at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1997 and later in 2002, another Specialisation course on the Contractual Aspects of Intellectual Property at the Universidad Austral.