Attorney at Law
Roberto Rodrigues has five years of experience working as both a paralegal and attorney, dealing with intellectual property matters in Brazilian law firms. His practice focuses on complex IP and life sciences litigation. Roberto frequently collaborates on and authors articles on life sciences. He is currently a member of the Standards Setting Committee of the Intellectual Property Owners Association – IPO.
Author or co-author of the following publications, amongst others:
- Co-Author for “Patent Knowledge Share: Brazil”, The Patent Lawyer Magazine, September/October 2015, pages 79-83.
- Author for “Industry Protests Higher Fees at Brazil’s ANVISA”, International Devices & Diagnostics Monitor (IDDM), a newsletter of the FDANews, Vol. 1, No. 36, 14 September 2015, pages 01-02.
- “Maximising patent protection of software-implemented inventions”, World Intellectual Property Review – WIPR, 2015.
- “Brazil courts reject anti-cartel probes”, Intellectual Property Magazine, June 2015, pages 42-43.
- “The impact of the review of antitrust decisions by Federal Courts”, PREVAIL 004 | May, 2015.
- “Brazil: Pharmacovigilance Risk in Evolving Biosimilar Regulation”, Update Magazine, a publication of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), March/April 2015, pages 25-28.
- “Brazilian Courts: ANVISA Must Apply Federal Law or Face Bad Faith Litigation”, Update Magazine, a publication of the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), Issue 1, January/February 2015, pages 25-27.
- “Trade Secrets in Brazil – A comparison with foreign law”. UFRJ – Scientific initiation journey – 2012.
- “The performance of the government in the protection of patent rights regarding the development of new drugs and the competition practices related to the agents of the market”. UFRJ – Scientific initiation journey – p. 510-1, 2011.
Member of national and international associations such as:
- Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2013).