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Di Blasi, Parente & Associates
Intellectual Property, Unfair Competition
Felipe Barros Oquendo is an attorney-at-law and joined Di Blasi Parente’s Rio de Janeiro office in 2008. Felipe’s practice focuses on litigation and consultation related to Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition, as well as Sports and Entertainment Law. Felipe has acted in several IP cases before the Brazilian Courts and has expertise in cross-border issues. In 2021, Felipe was elected one of the Vice-Presidents of the LIDC and to the council of the Brazilian Industrial Property Association ABPI. He also serves as coordinator of the Commission for Studies on Unfair Competition of the ABPI (since 2014), and as National Rapporteur for the LIDC (since 2015).
Felipe holds a law degree from the Estate University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). He is a certified specialist in Intellectual Property Law as acknowledged by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RIO). He holds a masters in Corporate, Labor and Industrial Property Law at UERJ. Dissertation title: Originality as a requirement for obtaining Industrial Design Registry approved with distinction and published. For more information, see https://diblasiparente.com.br/en/equipe/felipe-barros-oquendo-2/
Affiliations (other associations, etc.)
BRASILIAN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATION (ABPI); International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI); BRAZILIAN BAR ASSOCIATION; INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION (IBA)