Companies invest considerable resources in their intellectually property, representing a significant factor in a company’s competitive advantage. Intellectual property is one of the most important assets a company owns. The protection of this property, especially abroad, is imperative for any business’ success.
Intellectual property law is designed to prevent abuse and misuse of these important assets. Ramirez & Associates assists companies with protecting these assets in Mexico. This area of the law requires the insight and experience of an attorney well-versed in the intellectual property laws in Mexico. Attorney Sara Cecilia Arredondo Pico handles the Intellectual Property practice in Mexico for Ramirez & Associates in Mexico. She formerly worked as an Analyst at the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (MIIP), and for important intellectual property firms in Mexico where she gained an in-depth understanding of Mexican IP laws.
Our Mexico IP services ensure your patent portfolio and all other intellectual property paperwork comply with the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) guidelines structuring intellectual property across the globe. Our Intellectual Property practice in Mexico includes:
- Licensing Agreements
- Trade Secrets
- Trade dress
Our firm in Mexico also represents intellectual property owners in disputes before various governing authorities in Mexico:
- Federal Commission for Protection Against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS)
- Federal Court of Tax and Administrative Affairs (FCTAA)
- Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
- Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (MIIP)
- Mexican Copyright Office (INDAUTOR)
- Federal Institute for the Protection of Consumers (PROFECO)
- District Courts
- Circuit Courts
- Mexican Supreme Court
- Other regulatory and judicial bodies
Our practice also includes representing intellectual property clients in alternative dispute resolution and arbitration in Mexico. If your company needs assurance that your intellectual property is secure from infringement, unauthorized use or other violations in Mexico, contact us for a consultation and review of your intellectual property. If your intellectual property rights have already been violated, let us review your options and discuss how we can represent your interests and defend your company’s most valuable asset.