André Bastos Venturini

EN

André Venturini has more than a decade of experience working with patents and industrial designs. André is responsible for the patent department of Daniel Legal & IP Strategy and counts with an in-depth knowledge of drafting patent applications and of patentability, nullity, infringement and FTO analyses. He has also worked as technical expert in several lawsuits, including the first disputes concerning software-implemented inventions and SEPs in Brazil.

André graduated in Electrical Engineering, and also holds Master’s degrees from the Military Institute of Engineering, one of Brazil’s most recognised universities, and from the École Centrale de Lyon in France.

André is a Brazilian IP agent and active member of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association (ABPI) and the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI). André constantly publishes articles and is an invited speaker in many conferences in his area of activity.

Cargo: 
Head of Patents
Formação: 
MSc. in Electrical Engineering from the Brazilian Military Institute of Engineering; MSc. in Engineering from École Centrale de Lyon in France; BSc. in Electrical Engineering from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro; BSc. in Engineering from École Centrale de Lyon in France.
Área Atuação: 
Industrial Design Patents Software
Afiliações, comissões e colegiados: 
Member of the Regional Counsel of Engineering and Agronomics - CREA/RJ. Member of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association - ABPI. Member of the Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle - AIPPI.
Imagem: 
É um sócio ?: 
Não

Área:

Head de área:

Pulling the plug on INPI’s backlog

Brazil’s government is expected soon to launch an emergency measure to eliminate the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office’s (INPI) backlog by automatically granting 231,000 pending non-pharmaceutical applications. The proposed rules for implementing the new measure have already been made available for public comments.

The deadline for submission of comments was August 31, 2017. During recent meetings, INPI officials commented that certain proposals made by local associations add complexity to the process.

EN

BRPTO and SIPO signed a new memorandum of understanding

On November 13th, the Brazilian Patent Office (BRPTO) and the Chinese Patent Office (SIPO) signed a memorandum of understanding establishing the basis for a future PPH program between both institutes. Like the other Brazilian PPH programs, including those with the USPTO, the JPO and the EPO, applicants will be able to request fast-track examination for a Brazilian patent application whose Chinese counterpart has been already approved.

EN

The Brazilian Patent Office and the European Patent Office are moving towards a PPH

The Brazilian Patent Office (BRPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO) signed yesterday a memorandum of understanding setting the basis of a future PPH program between both institutes. Similar to the other PPH programs currently available in Brazil (with the USPTO and the JPO), applicants will be able to request fast-track examination for a Brazilian patent application whose EP counterpart has been already allowed.

EN

The BRPTO and JPO stablish a PPH Pilot Program

The Brazilian PTO has published the Resolution #184/2017 that establishes the Brazil-Japan Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) Pilot Program.

EN
Subscribe to RSS - André Bastos Venturini