Colombia IP Law Changes

In January 2012 the government approved Article 167 of the Anti-Paperwork Law exempting Powers of Attorney, Certificates of Incorporation, International registered certified copies for priority purposes, and evidence documents from legalization or certification of any signature or other means of personal identification. Powers of Attorney will not require notarization. This new law also implements multi-class Trademark applications.

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