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  • Detaining Suspect Goods
       Provided by Estudio Delion SRL

    Peruvian Industrial Property Legislation allows to the owner of trademarks to file an infringement procedure against the merchants who use the registered trademark in the market without any authorization.

  • Buying and Selling Real Estate in Jamaica: a Guide for Locals and Foreigners
       Provided by Banjoko, Francis & Co.

    Buying and selling real estate in Jamaica is marked by the absence of standardized contract. In fact, the process is attorney driven. What looks to be a simple procedure can be quite intimidating. The time for completion is usually set at 90 days if a mortgage is involved and 60 days if the transfer is a cash deal.

  • IP Dispute Resolution: Emergence of the IP Judge Colombia
       Provided by B&R Latina

    We have previously stated that Intellectual Property is an increasingly serious matter for Latin American nations as they become ever more competitive and integrated with the global economy. With the implementation of IP-specific courts in several countries, Latin America is going even beyond world standards on IP-specialization.

  • Doing Business in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Legal Series
       Provided by Hove and Associates

    Introduction - The concerns of our clients are always paramount and it is for this reason we have embarked upon the ?Doing Business in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago? Series of Legal Article - During this series our Attorneys will be giving you a brief insight into the areas of law which from our professional experience, touches and concerns businesses and individuals wishing to establish themselves within our borders.

  • The Advantages of Trading Through a Limited Company in the Bahamas
       Provided by Parris Whittaker

    Is your business trading in the most cost effective way and is your legal status adequately protected? Choosing the best legal ?vehicle? through which to operate your business is perhaps the most important decision you can make as a business owner ? particularly with the advice of an expert companies lawyer.

  • Side Letters: Guidelines from Cayman Court on Who Should be the Parties to Them
       Provided by Stuarts Walker Hersant, Attorneys at Law

    An analysis of a fund's side letters and guidelines to the parties that should be involved. The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands recently ruled on the enforceability of side letters in the case of Medley Opportunity Fund Ltd. v. Fintan Master Fund Ltd & Nautical Nominees Ltd (21 June 2012) and in so doing has emphasized a number of points to bear in mind when entering into side letters.

  • Doing Business in the Dominican Republic
       Provided by Mesa & Mesa Law Firm

    Dominican Republic has best legal framework for the Foreign Investment - Legal System - The Constitution of the Dominican Republic defines the government system as being democratic, republican and presidential. It also provides that the exercise of power is divided among three independent branches: executive, legislative and judicial.

  • The Franchise in Panama
       Provided by Quijano & Associates

    The success of franchises in Panama is based on the trust and smooth communication of the parties and the enterprise will of the franchisee, as well as the professional administration of the franchiser.

  • Foreigners are Required to Declare their International Assets to the Brazilian IRS
       Provided by Lubbad Law Office

    According to our understanding and as a result of an extensive study of tax law, IRS internal norms, as well as the law regulating foreigners? status in Brazil. We have come to the following understanding of the ever so controversy question, do foreigners need to declare their international assets in Brazil when having permanent visa?

  • New Permanent Resident Visa for US, EU and OECD Countries - Panama
       Provided by Abogados Lombardi Aguilar Group

    Citizens of around 20 countries are now allowed to apply for a permanent resident visa with lower investment requirements. Executive Order 343 of 16 May 2012 was published in the Official Gazette, "which creates the sub-category of Permanent Resident in the form of foreign nationals from specific countries which maintain friendly, professional, economic, and investment relationships with the Republic of Panama within the immigration category of Permanent Resident."