Intellectual Property

CCN advises clients on industrial and intellectual property matters. Our attorneys provide clients with advice in cases involving trademark, patent, trade secrets and copyright infringement by third parties. Such work extends to the handling of nullity, expiration, and cancellation proceedings before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) and Mexican courts.

The firm’s intellectual property practitioners have experience advising clients seeking to protect and enforce copyrights, reservations of rights, inventions, and distinctive signs, as well as trade secrets and matters of clients involved in franchising, licensing, and technology transfers.

Our IP team understands the synergy between tax, regulatory, customs, and foreign investment considerations in the area of information and technology and is able to integrate these important considerations into our clients’ intellectual property plans.

The firm’s Mexico-licensed attorneys represent numerous clients before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) and the National Copyright Institute (INDAUTOR) in matters ranging from trademarks, collective and certification marks, commercial notices, trade names, utility models, industrial designs, layout designs of integrated circuits, trade secrets, appellations of origin, geographical indications, maintenance of such registrations and generally in the protection of intellectual property rights.


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