Welcome to our blog for Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Latin America!
¡Bienvenidos a nuestro blog de Derecho y Práctica de la Propiedad Intelectual en Latinoamérica!
Bem-vindo ao nosso blog sobre Direito e Prática de Propriedade Intelectual na América Latina!
Verónica Rodríguez Arguijo


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We welcome Guest Submissions! Please send your post to iptangoblog@gmail.com

Submissions should not be taken as a guarantee of publication. Guest posts are reviewed by a member of the team, who edits the content with the author's approval prior to its publication. Please feel free to contact the IPTango team to discuss in advance the topic of the post to be submitted.

Please keep in mind the requirements for submissions:
* The post must be related to Intellectual Property matters from an academic or practical perspective.
* The post must be written in English or Spanish with an impartial tone.
* The post should not exceed 1000 words. However, under certain circumstances, the post can be divided into several parts to be published.
* The content shouldn't have previously published. 
* IPTango has the policy of not publishing content in which the author has a direct involvement (e.g. legal representative of the parties). However, this policy doesn't apply to studies and reports in which the author has participated.
* Articles for commercial or self-promotional are not allowed. 


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        This website contains hyperlinks to IP events (e.g. conferences, webinars, courses), books and press announcements, among others. 

        The hyperlinks and list of events are included on the website in light of the blog's goals: 
        * To "provide free, reliable, and -if possible- entertaining information" about Intellectual Property Law and practice in Latin America. 
        * To foster discussions of IP matters in Latin America from an academic and practical perspective.

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        Some events that will not be held in Latin America have been added to the "Events" web page, when the topic may be relevant to the region and/or some of the speakers are from LATAM countries. If you want your IP event is included on such web page, please send the information to the IPTango team