Intellectual Property Law

Each company has its singularities, and each project has suitable means of protection. DANUCA offers personalized and close counseling to the needs and resources of each client, bearing in mind the existence and interaction of all the Industrial Property figures.

At DANUCA we carry out the appropriate management, surveillance, and follow-up of trademarks, trade names, and commercial advertisements, authorizations for the use of denominations of origin, patents, designs, industrial models, and plant varieties throughout the granting procedure and until the extinction or renewal of the rights generated.

In copyright matters, we advise authors, composers, performers, publishers, and other companies owning copyrights and related rights, for the protection and defense of their rights before the administrative and judicial authorities.

At DANUCA we perform intellectual property audits as we understand that a company must know the legal status of its Industrial Property portfolio to consider the budgets needed for the maintenance of rights, as well as to adjust the management of these rights to its strategic plans.

In Industrial Property matters, registration is as crucial as the adequate protection and management of industrial and intellectual property rights. Therefore, at DANUCA we represent our clients in all contentious-administrative proceedings before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), before the National Copyright Institute, as well as in District Courts, Federal Court of Justice for Tax and Administrative Matters, and all other necessary instances.

We protect the interests of our clients at all times, avoiding infringements by third parties through claims of nullity, revocation, and administrative violations to guarantee their exclusive rights.

Frequently Asked Questions

A patent is an exclusive right granted to an inventor or owner of an invention to prevent third parties from making, using, or selling that invention without authorization for a given time.

A trademark is a distinctive sign used to identify and distinguish the goods or services of one company from those of another. Registration of a trademark protects the name, logo, symbol, or design used to represent a brand.

Copyright protects the literary, artistic, scientific, and technical works of the authors. Copyright owners may prevent third parties from reproducing, distributing, or publicly communicating their creations without authorization.