The legal battle between Chile and Peru over the appellation of origin PISCO involves discussions regarding the fabrication process, quality, flavour and of course trademarks. Should the Ecuadorian Trademark office cancel the mark PISCO SOTAQUI from a Chilean company if the government of Peru challenged it?  

Whether or not to record a license agreement before the Ecuadorian Trademark Office is governed by a contradiction between Andean laws, case law and local laws. Maintaining the register up to date is not only a legal requirement, but also very important when dealing with cancellation actions, issues of standing and with third parties in general.

Bermeo successfully represented Musidor B.V., the Dutch agent of the Rolling Stones, in an opposition against Boca del Pozo for an infringing trademark
application on the Stones’ famous “Tongue and Lips” trademark.

New Patent Annuity Regulations in Ecuador changed the calculation of deadlines and fees.

Bermeo successfully represented the Lego Group in an opposition against Consorcio del Pichincha for infringing trademark
applications of a design consisting of a car completely built by LEGO Blocks.