Francisco Petrarca 133 - 5 Floor
Chapultepec Morales
Miguel Hidalgo

Gilberto Sanchez

+52 55 5916 9216


SPECIFIC IP’s practice on Intellectual Property, includes the preparation of reports of searches for distinctive signs; reports of patent searches, industrial models and industrial designs; preparation and prosecution of applications for registration of distinctive signs, writing and request inventions titles, industrial designs and industrial models in the respective patent and trademark offices virtually all over the world, as well as the preparation of both franchise contracts as license use of distinctive signs.

Our firm has ideal tools for monitoring published trademark applications and its timely report to submit oppositions and/or disclosures to oppositions in time.

Also, we counsel artists, performers, authors and composers in protecting and licensing of their copyright, including drafting and negotiating publishing contracts, licensing, work of hire.

SPECIFIC IP represents clients in disputes concerning Intellectual Property: Preparation and submission of claims and replies of administrative declaration procedures followed in the form of trial before the Mexican Institute of Intellectual Property ("IMPI"); review appellations before the IMPI, Federal Administrative proceedings before the Federal Tax and Administrative Court and injunctions; in addition to perform border’s enforcement proceedings, in order to avoid both the import and export of counterfeiting.

We conduct investigations to detect apocryphal products, as well as importers, distributors and retail outlets of the same. We organize enforcement proceedings before various authorities to remove the marking.

Also, the correspondents network virtually all over the world with which SPECIFIC IP account, gives the possibility to their clients to expand their business schemes to other countries, with the certainty that they will have adequate protection for their intellectual property rights.
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