Gabriel Di Blasi
at Di Blasi, Parente & Associados
Gabriel Di Blasi is the managing partner of Di Blasi, Parente & Associados, a Brazilian IP law firm that he founded 32 years ago.
As an industrial engineer, an industrial property agent and a lawyer, Mr Di Blasi’s practice covers national and international issues, including patents, industrial designs, business secrets, cultivars, licensing and franchise agreements, technology management and technological innovation.
Mr Di Blasi’s prosecution and litigation practice embraces a wide range of industries, including agribusiness, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, animal health, agrochemicals, green tech, biotech, telecoms, mechanics and oil and gas.
Mr Di Blasi’s experience includes the prosecution of administrative cases before the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office, the Ministry of Agriculture and the National Health Surveillance Agency, as well as litigation involving data exclusivity, patents, designs, trade secrets, copyright and enforcement through Customs. He handles matters relating to the international protection of patents, counsels on technology management and appears before the government agencies responsible for Brazilian biodiversity.
Mr Di Blasi is member of the executive committee of the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys, where he serves as chair of its Design Committee. In 2015 he became associate founder and member of the deliberative council for the Institute of Government Relations, further strengthening and demonstrating his knowledge and practice of government relations. He is also a member of the Biotechnology Committee of the National Federation of Industries of Sao Paulo, where he is responsible for IP and regulatory affairs, and legal director of the Brazilian Association of Franchising’s Rio de Janeiro section.
Sample client list
- Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
- IBM Canada
- Merial LLC
- The Coca-Cola Company
Di Blasi, Parente & Associados
Avenida Presidente Wilson 231
Rio de Janeiro 20030-905
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