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Roberta Arantes has practiced intellectual properly law since 2001 and joined Daniel as a partner in 2013, where she became the head of the trademark teams in 2021. Roberta understands that business issues require creative and cost-effective legal solutions and her interest in innovation led her to use agile legal project management techniques in her daily practice.
She has experience in intellectual property litigation and counseling, including trademark, design, trade secret, false advertising and unfair competition matters. In addition to her litigation and dispute practice, she has extensive experience in trademark counseling and both judicial and non-judicial enforcement and defense.
She has counseled clients by providing search advice and protectability opinions regarding domestic and global trademark availability and on famous marks.
She is an active member of INTA’s Trademark Offices Practice Committee.
She is a member of Brazilian IP Agents Association-ABAPI, where she is a member of the Counsel and lecturer of the various professional courses promoted by this Association. She also coordinates the International Committee of the Brazilian IP Association (ABPI).
Post-graduate degree in Law from the Gama Filho University, 2007;
Graduated in Law from the State University of Rio de Janeiro – UERJ, 2004;
European intellectual property law at CEIPI – Centre d’Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle in Strasbourg (summer school in IP rights 2016).
Affiliations, Commissions and Collegiate
Former member of the Enforcement Committee of International Trademark Association – INTA;
Member of the Young Practitioners Committed working in the webinar working group- INTA;
Member of the Council on Ethics, Fiscal and Judicial affairs of the Brazilian Practitioners Association (Associação de Agentes da Propriedade Industrial – ABAPI).
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