Rodrigo S. Bonan De Aguiar



Career Highlights / Achievements: Appointed as Brazilian Delegate to ASIPI - Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (1995-2006); Advisor and Secretary of the Brazilian Association of the Industrial Property Agents - ABAPI (1998-2001); First Vice-President of the Brazilian Association of the Intellectual Property ABPI (2004-2007); Member of the National Council Against Piracy and Intellectual Property Infringements of the Ministry of Justice (2005-2007); Appointed as a Consultant at the Ethics and Disciplinary Court of the Bar Association Rio de Janeiro Section (2013-2015); Appointed Member of the Enforcement Committee of the International Trademark Association - INTA. (2014-2015); Member of ABPI , ABAPI, AASP, AIPPI, ASIPI and INTA.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Intellectual Propriety Matters
  • Litigation and Licensing
  • Consumer Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+55 21 3514-0400  Phone
Law School Attended:
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Law Degree, 1983; State University of Rio de Janeiro, UERJ, Post-Graduation in Consumer Law, 2005
Year of First Admission:
1981, Brazil
Brazilian Bar Association.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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