Lego International has won a lawsuit against Lego PZ Multiservicios S.A. of Costa Rica for the misuse of the toymaker's brand name.
Lego International won the lawsuit filed against the corporation Multiservicios Lego PZ Costa Rica for the unauthorized use in its company name, of the trademarked name Lego. The Register of Legal Entities at the National Registry ordered the administrative detention of the corporation.
The largest Law firms in Costa Rica get 45% of their income from fees coming from abroad.
The globalization has impacted the economies of Central America, embodied in free trade agreements, establishment of transnational corporations and the creation of service centers, generating a growing demand for legal services.
New measures have been put in place to improve tax collection, among them electronic embargoes of banking accounts and properties.
At customs, the government revenue authority, known as SAT, will develop a program dubbed "Aduana Segura II" (Secure Customs II), a closed circuit of TV cameras overseeing entrance and departure of merchandise.
In an attempt to make it easier to pay taxes, SAT will start allowing credit card payments.
Similar backgrounds in both countries regarding the state monopolization of the insurance industry suggest that the development of an open market in Costa Rica will be similar to that of Uruguay.
Lower prices and more services are strong on the list of possible changes that will come with the opening of the insurance market in Costa Rica; at least that is what the experience in Uruguay suggests.
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Central Law is a regional law firm in Central America and the Caribbean, with eleven offices in seven countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Dominican Republic.
The distinctive characteristic of Central Law is multinational coordination that allows our clients to handle their businesses and legal issues for the seven countries in the region from One-contact point, at the office of their choice.
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