During the first two days of December, the ‘Seminar for Judges on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property in the Digital Environment’ was held in Mexico City.
More than 114 magistrates, judges and prosecutors from the European Union and Latin America, as well as officials from intellectual property offices from both regions, were present.
The event focused on online IP crime investigations, and included case studies, international experiences and statistics on judicial measures in the field of copyright and related rights in the digital environment. Participation was very high.
The event concluded with a panel discussion on the role of the judiciary in the development and interpretation of intellectual property law and enforcement with experts from around the world.