The remedies that may be ordered by the juridical authorities are: - According to Article 25 of Law Nº 588 of 1995 on Trademarks and Appellations of Origin: In cases of counterfeiting, the person found guilty shall be sentenced to a fine and required to pay the injured party a compensatory monetary sum for violating his rights, including loss of profit and the expenses which include appropriate attorney’s fees. When the case is over, at the request of the injured party, raw material and materials used to fabricate the counterfeiting products shall be, without compensation of any sort, disposed of outside the channels of commerce so as to avoid any prejudices of the owner’s rights. In these cases, the required corrective measures should be measurable with the gravity of the infringement, considering the interests of third parties. Products on hand under a counterfeit trademark or appellation of origin that infringe owner’s rights shall be, without compensation of any sort, disposed of outside the channels of commerce so as to avoid any prejudices of the owner’s rights, and the trademarks and appellations of origin illegally used shall be removed from the products in question, even if this may cause the destruction of these products. The injured party shall be entitled to have the judicial decision published at the cost of the guilty party in order to restore his business reputation. - According to Article 34 of Law Nº 461/1995 on Patents for Inventions, any person who usurps the capacity of inventor, who obtains under constraint the capacity of joint inventor or who discloses the subjects matter of an invention prior to the filing of an application without the consent of the inventor shall be deemed to have infringed the holder’s rights and shall be liable to imprisonment or a fine in conformity with the legislation in force. - According to Article 35 of Law Nº 461/1995 on Patent for Inventions, the person who committed the infringement shall be required to pay damages as compensation for the prejudices incurred including for logs of earning and the expenses which may involve appropriate attorney’s fees. Products infringing owner’s rights shall be, without compensation of any sort, disposed of outside the channels of commerce in such a manner so as to avoid further infringements or destroyed. - According to Article 37(4) of the Law on Copyright and Neighbouring Rights, in cases of infringement the ordinary measures taken by the judicial authority include the confiscation of a work of infringing copies of a work or phonogram and equipment used in the manufacture of infringing copies, considering the infringement character of copyright and neighbouring right. - According to Article 38 (1), (2), (3) of the Law on Copyright and Neighbouring Rights, a holder of exclusive rights, whether copyright or neighbouring rights, may require a person infringing his rights to acknowledge those rights; to restore the situation that existed prior to the infringement of his rights and to cease committing the acts that infringe or are liable to infringe his rights; to pay damages, including damages for loss of earnings; to pay an indemnity, in place of damages or surrender of revenue, of between 10 and 20.000 times the minimum wage. Any person who for gain knowingly infringes copyright or neighbouring rights shall be liable to civil, administrative and criminal sanctions provided by law.