Baker McKenzie’s International Commercial & Trade Blog published “Peru: Clothing imports entered under National Customs Tariff Chapters 61 to 63 are not subject to definitive safeguard measures,” which can be viewed here.
Peru: Clothing imports entered under National Customs Tariff Chapters 61 to 63 are not subject to definitive safeguard measuresBy Luis Alonso Garcia, Gonzalo Bernal Neumann and Alvaro Gutierrez 1 Min Read
Luis Alonso Garcia has more than 25 years of experience practicing in intellectual property law. Mr. Garcia has been vice minister of Foreign Trade in Peru. He was in charge of the negotiation of intellectual property in the free trade agreement between Peru and the United States. He has successfully led the offices for Peru’s trademarks and patents and has chaired the Court for Intellectual Property in INDECOPI. Mr. Garcia is also an intellectual property lecturer in different universities in Peru.
A specialist in foreign trade and customs, Gonzalo has a broad experience in advisory, preventive audits and litigation related with sophisticated trade operations, trade facilitation and investment. His professional expertise includes legal advisory provided to either domestic or international enterprises, specifically related to import and export regimes, customs valuation, tariff classification, rules of origin, trade barriers (sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade), investment and infrastructure, supply chain management, transport, Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), Regional and Plurilateral Agreements (CAN, MERCOSUR, among others) compliance and WTO law.
Alvaro Gutierrez is a partner in Estudio Echecopar. He acted as secretary of the Commission of the Andean Community at the General Secretariat of the Andean Community and the Cartagena Agreement Board. Alvaro was part of the Andean Community's team that negotiated an association agreement with the EU's Intellectual Property Chapter and for the Chapter on Intellectual Property in ALCA (America's Free Trade). He was adviser to the vice minister on foreign trade in negotiations for the free trade agreement with the US. Alvaro is also a former vice president of the Peruvian Copyright Office.