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GABRIELA PAIVA HANTKE

Lawyer, partner of PAIVA & CIA. She is responsible for the direction of the area of legal services.

Gabriela studied at the University of Chile and undertook postgraduate studies as visiting researcher at the School of Law, University of Hiroshima, Japan along with postgraduate studies in Intellectual Property in South Korea.

She also is a Professor of Intellectual Property and Business Law. She has taught in several universities such as the School of Engineering, University of Chile. Chilean government consultant in intellectual property and dispute resolution for APEC, Fundación Chilena del Pacífico.

Former associate attorney at Sargent & Krahn - Cariola y Cia. law firm.

Co-author of the Chilean Domain Names (.cl) rules. Arbitrator and founder member of the panel of arbitrators to resolve disputes regarding domain names in Chile (.cl).

Member of the Chilean Intellectual Property Association (ACHIPI), the Inter-American Industrial Property Association (ASIPI) and the International Association for the Protection of Industrial Property, AIPPI and Director of the Chilean Association of Inventors.

For more than 10 years, Gabriela represented the intellectual property group of the National Association of Seeds Producers, and worked in the draft law bill to adapt to 1991 UPOV Convention.

Consultant for projects regarding denominations of origin with extensive experience in areas such as management, advising and reports.

Arbitrator and mediator at the Santiago Chamber of Commerce. Arbitrator and panelist at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) for domain names disputes: .com, .net and .org. Arbitrator at the International Panel of the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

2007, Terra Woman nominated in the Field of Innovation.

2007, she was selected to participate at the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) sponsored by the Government of the United States.

2011 Invited to Tokyo as IP panelist by the Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro).

2013 Selected by Women Business Association to participate in the program BOW -WOMEN FOR TOP LEVEL MANAGEMENT AND BOARDS POSITIONS- University Adolfo Ibáñez and University Diego Portales program and Ernst and Young, with the purpose to develop top directive skills in professional women with high potential.

2014, Nominated as leader in her field (IP) by the prestigious international ranking Chambers Latin America, Latin America Leading Lawyers for Business 2015. This ranking is an independent selection of the best law firms and outstanding lawyers in Latin America, per country per legal area that annually is published by the British Editorial Chambers and Partners.

She has published several articles and two books: "Economic and legal aspects of technology transfer" thesis, 1990, Editorial Jurídica) and "Settlement of international business disputes in a globalized world" (2004, Editorial Metropolitana, Gabriela Paiva - Carlos Cortés). She has written several IP country reports published by Jetro in Japan.

Languages: English, Japanese, Spanish.

Publicaciones

Solución de Controversias Comerciales en un Mundo Globalizado.

International Commercial dispute resolution in a globalized world. ""...In a globalized world the issue of dispute resolution has become one of those which attorneys and businessmen cannot afford not to understand... The spirit that moves us is to develop a wider knowledge of commercial dispute resolution, an indispensable legal area in the invisible infrastructure of the world trade, and certainly crucial in a country as Chile, oriented to the export of good and services." Gabriela Paiva and Carlos Cortes."

Gabriela Paiva Hantke - Carlos Cortes Simon, Book of Editorial Metropolitana (2004).

Intellectual property in Chile: a necessary awaken.

"...In Chile, it is necessary to introduce in today's agenda, and urgently, the need to establish a culture and education in the field of intellectual property, and to value it... Intellectual property has been included in the new free trade agreements negotiated and ratified for Chile with Europe, Kore and the Unites States... Intellectual property has come to stay with no return back..."

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, column in Diario Estrategia (January 2003).

Intellectual property and agriculture.

"It is necessary to respect and use the benefits offered by intellectual property laws... to invent in the field of agriculture to create wealth, and increase the value added and sophistication of agriculture products... The access to new plant varieties starts with the respect of intellectual property rights".

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, Revista El Campesino, Sociedad Nacional de Agricultura (January, February, March 2002).

Domain name registration in Chile.

"...The different conception of the trademark registration system and that of domain names, means that conflicts among them will arise... a system based upon freedom, and responsibility of the users, including dispute resolution mechanisms, as Nic Chile systems, contributes to educate the public and users and to increase the access to the Internet".

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, Revista del Abogado, Chilean Bar Association, #20. (November, 2000).

Technology transfer, patents and the United States - Japan relationship.

"...Analysing the issue of technology between Japan and the Unites States is not only interesting for these two countries, but also for the rest of the world ...shows how in the world there is always the opportunity and if other countries want to follow Japan, they must develop the ability to recognize and to benefit from their unique circumstances, in the way that Japan did".

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, Hiroshima Hogaku, The Hiroshima Law Journal, vol. 17, #2 (July 1993).

 

INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD.

"...In a globalized world the issue of dispute resolution has become one of those which attorneys and businessmen can not afford not to undertand...The spirit that moves us is to develop a wider knowledge of commercial dispute resolution, an indispensable legal area in the invisible infrastructure of the world trade, and certainly crucial in a contry as Chile, oriented to the export of good and services".

Gabriela Paiva and Carlos Cortes, "International Commercial Dispute Resolution in a Globalized World", Book published by Editorial Metropolitana, 2004.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN CHILE: A NECESSARY AWAKEN.

"...In Chile, it is necessary to introduce in today's agenda, and urgently, the need to establish a culture and education in the field of intellectual property, and to value it... Intellectual property has been included in the new free trade agreements negotiated and ratified for Chile with Europe, Korea and the Unites States... Intellectual property has come to stay with no return back..."

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND AGRICULTURE.

"It is necessary to respect and use the benefits offered by intellectual property laws... to invent in the field of agriculture to create wealth, and increase the value added and sophistication of agriculture products... The access to new plant varieties starts with the respect of intellectual property rights..."

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, National Society of Agriculture Review "El Campesino", Jan-Febr-March 2002.

DOMAIN NAME REGISTRATION IN CHILE.

"...The different conception of the trademark registration system and that of domain names, means that conflicts among them will arise... a system based upon freedom, and responsibility of the users, including dispute resolution mechanisms, as Nic Chile systems, contributes to educate the public and users and to increase the access to the Internet".

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, Bar Association of Chile, "The Attorneys Review", #20, 2000.

TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, PATENTS AND THE UNITED STATES –JAPAN RELATIONSHIP.

"...Analysing the issue of technology between Japan and the Unites States is not only interesting for these two countries, but also for the rest of the world... shows how in the world there is always the opportunity and if other countries want to follow Japan, they must develop the ability to recognize and to benefit from their unique circumstances, in the way that Japan did".

Gabriela Paiva Hantke, Hiroshima Hogaku, The Hiroshima Law Journal, Vol. 17, #2, 1993.

 

 

ISABEL MARGARITA PAIVA HANTKE

Business engineer, Partner, Administration, Finance and Business Director.

School of Economics and Business, Universidad de Chile.

She has extensive experience in trading, market intelligence, projects assessment and development, acquisitions, mergers and new businesses assessment.

Over the course of her career, she has held several management positions at Copesa, Editorial Gestion and Diario Estrategia and CMPC Tissue Holding such as Market Research Manager at CMPC Tissue, being responsible for operations of Chile, Argentina, Peru and Uruguay (1998-2001). She spent more than 7 years working for the Copesa Group (Diario La Tercera, Que Pasa magazine, Grupo Radios Dial, etc.) as Market Research Assistant Manager, Business Assistant Manager and Corporate Development Manager (2001-2009).

Isabel has also participated in seminars in Chile and abroad along as market research studies in Argentina, Peru and Uruguay. In addition, she has visited different companies in the United States and Argentina in order to evaluate projects and exchange experiences in business development and multimedia strategies.

2013, Selected by Women Business Association to participate in the program BOW -WOMEN FOR TOP LEVEL MANAGEMENT AND BOARDS POSITIONS- University Adolfo Ibanez and University Diego Portales program and Ernst and Young, with the purpose to develop top directive skills in professional women with high potential.