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Peru

Peru

Primary Sources

  • Code of Criminal Procedure (Legislative Decree No. 957 of July 22, 2004) (2004)
  • Copyright Law (Legislative Decree No. 822 of April 23, 1996) (1996)
  • Criminal Code (Legislative Decree No. 635 of April 3, 1991) (2004)
  • Decree 013-2016-SA regulating the Presentation and Content of Documents required for the Registration and Re-registration of Biologic Products that take the Similarity Pathway
  • Decree Law No. 25868 of November 6, 1992, on the Organization and Functions of the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Intellectual Property Protection – INDECOPI – last amended by Decree Law No. 807 of April 18, 1996 (1996)
  • Draft Regulation on Net Neutrality, Resolution 104-2015-CD
  • Free Trade Agreement between Peru and United States of America (February 1, 2009)
  • General Corporation Law (Law No. 26887 of 1997) (1997)
  • General Health Law (Law No. 26842 of 1997) (1997)
  • Law amending the Commission to Combat Piracy and Customs Crimes’ composition (Law No. 29013 of 2007) (2007)
  • Law Amending, Incorporating and Regulating Miscellaneous Provisions on the Implementation of the Trade Promotion Agreement signed between Peru and United states (Law No. 29316 of January 13, 2009) (2009)
  • Law establishing the Commission to Fight Contraband and Customs Revenue Fraud (Law No. 27595 of 2001) (2001)
  • Law No. 27811 of 24 July 2002, introducing a Protection Regime for the Collective Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples derived from Biological Resources (2002)
  • Law No. 27861 of October 24, 2002 on the exemption from payment of copyright fees for the reproduction of works for the visually impaired (2002)
  • Law No. 28216 on the Protection of Access to Peruvian Biological Diversity and Collective Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples (2004)
  • Law No. 28289 against Piracy (2004)
  • Law No. 28571 of June 13, 2005, amending Articles 188 and 189 of the Copyright Law (Legislative Decree No. 822 of April 23, 1996) (2005)
  • Law No. 28677 on Security Interests (2006)
  • Law No. 29263 of September 23, 2008 amending various articles of the Penal Code and the General Law on the Environment. (2008)
  • Law No. 30276 of November 13, 2014, amending the Copyright Law (Legislative Decree No. 822 of April 23, 1996) (2014)
  • Law No.2314/2012-CR amending the Copyright Law
  • Law of General Administrative Procedure (Legislative Decree No. 1029 of June 23, 2008 amending Law No. 27444) (2008)
  • Law on Organization and Functions of the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property Rights (INDECOPI)(Legislative Decree No. 1033 of June 24, 2008) (2008)
  • Law on Performers (Law No. 28131 of December 10, 2003) (2003)
  • Law on the Conservation and Sustainable use of Biological Diversity ( Law No. 26839 July 8, 1997) (1997)
  • Law on the democratization of Books and Reading Promotion (Law No. 28086 of October 10, 2003) (2003)
  • Law on the General Administrative Procedure (Law No. 27444 of April 10, 2001) (2001)
  • Law regulating Administrative Litigation (Law No. 27584 of November 21 of 2001) (2001)
  • Legislative Decree 1072, Protection of test data and other undisclosed data relating to Pharmaceuticals (Supreme Decree No. 002-2009-SA) (2009)
  • Legislative Decree No. 1044 of June 25, 2008, approving the Law on Suppression of Unfair Competition (2008)
  • Legislative Decree No. 1072, Data Protection on Tests and undisclosed documents on Pharmaceutical Products (2008)
  • Legislative Decree No. 1076 of June 27, 2008 on the Law Amending Legislative Decree No. 822 (2008)
  • Legislative Decree No. 1092 approving protection measures to be implemented at the national borders in order to protect Copyright and Related Rights and Trademarks (2008)
  • Legislative Decree No. 788, reorganizing the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Intellectual Property Protection – INDECOPI (1994)
  • Regulation of Legislative Decree No.1092 approving protection measures at domestic borders for copyright and related rights and trademarks (Supreme Decree No. 003-2009-EF) (2009)
  • Regulation of the Law No. 28086 on democratization of Books and Reading Promotion (Supreme Decree No. 008-2004-ED) (2004)
  • Regulation on the National Copyright and Related Rights Registry (Resolution No. 0276-2003/ODA-INDECOPI) (2003)
  • Regulation on the Organization and Functions (ROF) of the National Institute for Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI) (Supreme Decree No. 099-2009-PCM of February 16, 2009) (2009)
  • Regulations on Article 50 of Law No. 26 842, the General Health Law (Supreme Decree No. 001-2009-SA) (2010)
  • Resolution approving the Complementary Provisions to Decision 486 of the Andean Community Commission establishing the Common Regime on Industrial Property (Legislative Decree No. 1075 of June 27, 2008) (2008)
  • Resolution No. 043-2009/SUNAT/A approving Guidelines on “Measures for use at Domestic Borders at the Request of a Party” INTA-IT-00.08 (version 1). (2009)
  • Supreme Decree 011-2016-SA modifying Article 103 of the Regulation for Registration, Control and Health Safety for Pharmaceutical Products, Medical Devices and Health Products and approving the Regulation on the Presentation and Documentation required for Registration and Re-registration of Biologic Products
  • Supreme Decree 013-2003 – PCM Measures to ensure legality in software acquisition by public entities and agencies (2003)
  • Supreme Decree No. 03-94-ITINCI of March 18, 1994, enacting Provisions relating to the Protection of Copyright and Related Rights as established under Decision No. 351 of the Cartagena Agreement (1994)
  • Supreme Decree No. 09-2009 Organization and Functions Rules of the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Intellectual Property Protection – INDECOPI (2009)

Secondary Sources

  • Agencia Orbita (2015), “Indecopi begins official inspections of companies that have not required inventory as part of the Legal Software Campaign” (translated), 5/13/2015
  • AIPPI (2006), “Contracts regarding Intellectual Property Rights (assignments and licenses) and third parties: Q190: Peru”
  • Barreda, J. (2015), “Damages for infringement, counterfeiting and piracy of Trademarks: Q203: Peru”, AIPPI
  • Barreda, J. (2015), “Limitations of the Trademark Protection: Q195: Peru”, AIPPI
  • Barrera, A. (2010), “Protection of trade secrets through IPR and unfair competition law: Q215: Peru”, AIPPI, 3/31/2010
  • Blawyer.org, “Secrecy in the process to regulate ISP liability in Peru” (translated), 11/21/2012
  • Caballero, L. (2014), “The Peruvian experience on preventive measures to reduce the sale and consumption of counterfeit goods and piracy within the IT sector”, Advisory Committee on Enforcement, 9th Session, WIPO, 4/4/2014
  • Chorres Benavente, H. (2012), “The Violation of Enterprise Secrets (Know-how) and Unfair Competition Mode in Peru”, Intellectual Property, Vol.11, No.15, Jan-Dec 2012, pp.66-89
  • Clarke, Modet & Co. (2016), “Peru: Relevant aspects of the chapter on IP in the TPP”, 3/22/2016
  • Collao Vera, M.B. (2015), “How is the Copyright Law reform going?” (translated), Hiperderecho.org, 3/2/2015
  • Del Carmen Alvarado, M. (2015), “Liability for Contributory Infringement of IPRs: Q204″ Peru”, AIPPI
  • Del Carmen Arana Courrejolles, M. (2014), “Patents: Prior user rights: Q228: Peru”, AIPPI
  • Del Carmen Arana Courrejolles, M. (2015), “The impact of public health issues on exclusive patent rights: Q202: Peru”, AIPPI
  • Del Carmen Arana Courrejolles, M. (2016), Anti-counterfeiting:Peru”, World Trademark Review
  • Delia, J. (2016), “Patents versus copyrights for software”
  • DIGIMID (2016), “Impact of regulatory data protection on biotech products on access to medicines” (translated) , 1/25/2016
  • Durand Grahammer, J.C. (2010), “Protection against the dilution of trademark: Q214: Peru”, AIPPI, 3/25/2010
  • Durand Grahammer, J.C. (2013), “Relevant public for determining the degree of recognition of famous marks, well-known marks and marks with reputation: Q234: Peru”, AIPPI
  • El Comercio (2015), “Does online music have a future in Peru?” (translated), 7/7/2015
  • Gestion (2015), “Indecopi rejected 50% of applications for pharmaceutical patents evaluated”, 4/9/2015
  • Gestion (2016), “Software piracy: A market whose value has risen to US$210 million in Peru” (translated), 5/31/2016
  • Hiperderecho.org (2014), “Congress approves reform of the Copyright Law supporting education and libraries”, 11/7/2014
  • IHS (2016), “”regulation, MoH forecasts biologic medicine price reductions of up to 60%””, 3/3/2016
  • INDECOPI (2015), “Software registration form: Guide for producing, completing and evaluating software licensing for businesses in 2015” (translated), 8/4/2015
  • INDECOPI (2016), “Modifying Contract Registrations for Foreign Technology Transfer or Listing of Licenses for Technology Use, Technical Assistance, Basic and Detailed Engineering, Management and Business Abroad” (translated)
  • INDECOPI (2016), “The system of patents in Peru: Considerations and reflections concerning the protection of inventions” (translated), 2/11/2016
  • INTA (2004), “The protection of well-known marks in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Africa”, October 2004
  • Iriarte, E. (2014), “Second medical use or indication claims: Q238: Peru”, AIPPI, 4/18/2014
  • La Prensa (2015), “Will ‘streaming’ end illegal music downloads?” (translated), 6/7/2015
  • La Republica (2015), “”MINCETUR and MEF obliged to pay 20 times more for a vital drug””, 7/7/2015
  • La Republica (2015), “The impact of public health issues on exclusive patent rights”, 7/14/2015
  • Latin Lawyer (2016), “Litigation 2017: Peru”, 10/11/2016
  • Managing IP (2015), “Protection of Legitimate Owners in Peru”, 8/25/2015
  • Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (2015), “Technical Support for Procurement of Licensed Software for Statistical Data Analysis” (translated), 5/6/2015
  • Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (2015), “Technical Support for the Procurement of Licensed Software for Project Management” (Translated), 2/23/2015
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2016), “Doing Business in Peru”, April 2016
  • National Science, Technology and Innovation Council (2015), “Special Technology Transfer Program 2016-2021” (translated)
  • National Science, Technology and Innovation Council (2015), “Study on the Technology Transfer Office Model for Peru” (translated)
  • Peru21 (2015), “Callao: Seizure of around 1,000 pairs of sports shoes”, 5/11/2015
  • Peru21 (2015), “Victoria: Police seize 30,000 ‘pirated’ discs of salsa videos” (translated), 7/22/2015
  • Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru (2015), “The limits ownership of patents on pharmaceutical products in Peru: a reflection from the case Atazanavir”, 7/31/2015
  • Presidency of the Council of Ministers (2015), “Technical Report on Evaluation of Software ‘Technical Support for the Procurement of Licenses of Systems Operations” (translated), 8/14/2015
  • RPP Noticias (2015), “Arequipa: Confiscate fake shoes” (translated), 7/3/2015
  • RPP Noticias (2015), “Sunat intercepts fake contraband jewelry valued at S/.55,000” (translated), 1/20/2015
  • RPP Noticias (2015), “Sunat intercepts market without ‘Peru Brand” authorization” (translated), 1/6/2015
  • Superintendencia de Banca (2015), “Technical Report on Software Evaluation” (Translated), Report 001-2015-GTI
  • WIPO (2011), “SURVEY ON COMPULSORY LICENSES GRANTED BY WIPO MEMBER STATES TO ADDRESS ANTI-COMPETITIVE USES OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS”, 10/4/2011