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All about trademarks – Part II

<div class=”vce-asset-background-simple-item” style=”background-image: url(”></div> All about trademarks (II) &amp;lt;/p&amp;gt;&lt;br /&gt;&amp;lt;img src=”data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7″ data-wp-preserve=”%3Cstyle%3E.vce-row-container%20.vcv-lozad%20%7Bdisplay%3A%20none%7D%3C%2Fstyle%3E” data-mce-resize=”false” data-mce-placeholder=”1″ class=”mce-object” width=”20″ height=”20″ alt=”&amp;amp;lt;style&amp;amp;gt;” title=”&amp;amp;lt;style&amp;amp;gt;” /&amp;gt;&lt;br /&gt;&amp;lt;p&amp;gt; How are trademarks classified?Trademarks are classified as product trademarks and service trademarks. Is there a trademark classification system?The trademark classification system is called the Niza Classification. It is an international classification that applies to theContinue reading “All about trademarks – Part II”

Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries in Panama: Enhancing Transparency and Combating Money Laundering

Learn about the significant initiative implemented by Law 129 of 2020 and Executive Decree No. 13 of 2022, which established the Single and Private Registry of Final Beneficiaries of Legal Entities (RUBF) in Panama. Understand how this registry promotes transparency in the financial system, combats money laundering, and strengthens the integrity of the country’s business system. Discover the required information that resident agents must provide and the role of the Superintendency of Non-Financial Subjects in administering and safeguarding the RUBF.

Electronic Billing in Panama: Taxpayer Obligations and Exemptions

Learn about the recent Decree No. 147 of May 26, 2021, which mandates all taxpayers, including individuals and legal entities, to issue invoices or equivalent documents for legitimizing their operations. Discover the exemptions for liberal, artisan, and artistic professions, as well as lawyers who can opt for the Electronic Billing model instead of using fiscal printers.

Qualship 21 Program: Ensuring Safe Maritime Trade and Environmental Commitment

Discover the significance of the Qualship 21 Program recently entered by the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA). Learn about the incentives offered, including reduced examination scope and limited oversight, to vessels that demonstrate compliance and good environmental management. Stay informed about the June 30th annual update of qualified flag administrations.

Combating Animal Abuse in Panama: Laws and Associated Penalties

Discover the issue of animal abuse in Panama and the legal measures being taken to combat it. Learn about Law 70 of 2012, amended by Law 133 of 2020, granting judges the power to penalize animal abuse. Find out about the penalties and fines associated with such conduct, ranging from imprisonment to fines and community work.