OLIVARES

Intellectual Property Department

Mexico
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Overview

OLIVARES is a world-class IP law firm representing some of the world’s biggest brands. We receive numerous awards each year from industry magazines and peer reviews due to a combination of long established trust, the highly personalized service and a history of precedent setting success in patents, trademarks, copyrights, regulatory, administrative and constitutional law.

Our repeated success in litigation often leads clients to us when other firms have failed in the first round of patent, trademark, and copyright related litigation. The size and depth of our expertise is unparalleled in the Mexican market.

Much of OLIVARES’ strength and uniqueness comes from our sustained efforts to change and improve IP regulation in Mexico. The IP system is not always predictable and so we constantly challenge the system to improve it, and thus create IP protection that is less open to question in litigation.

In patent work we have an unparalleled range of engineers giving us the technical knowledge needed to have filed over 14,000 patents in the last ten years.

In trademarks we have more recommendations from industry publications than any other firm and a fierce record of enforcement and litigation success.

In administrative law we are breaking new ground and helping companies enforce rights granted by international treaties that are currently not being adjudicated adequately in Mexico and help clients fulfill all their regulatory obligations within Mexico’s complex regulatory system.

Members

Alcocer, Gustavo

Arenas, Armando

Belaunzarán, Antonio

Camargo, Alonso

Diaz, Abraham

Luna Fandiño, Alejandro

Olivares Jr, Sergio L

Sánchez, Daniel

Schmidt, Luis

Industries

Pharma, Life Sciences, Entertainment, Consumer Goods, Food & Beverage, Luxury, Software, Tobacco, Tourism, Telecoms, Energy, Technology, Automotive

Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Total 1 Articles, Highlights and Press Releases

Introduction: Mexican Copyright Law does not Protect Well Authors.

Fernanda Díaz, Ana Magaña, Luis Schmidt

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