Brazil has a very particular legal system. Civil law tradition guides rights in the country, but common law is also present. Civil procedure is...
Fábio joined Daniel Law at the beginning of 2012 as a partner in the Trademark and Litigation Departments after 12 years of experience in other law firms, all specialized in Intellectual Property rights. His expertise covers all fields of intellectual property and related areas with particular emphasis on judicial and administrative litigation, both in terms of Brazilian law and the PTO.
He currently provides legal opinions on a full range of intellectual property matters and related areas including trademarks, domain names, trade names, copyright, litigation, image rights, regulatory (ANVISA), alternative dispute resolutions and also manages corporate IP portfolios for clients’ intangible rights.
Specialist in Intellectual Property Contracts and Industrial Creations by the FVG (GV-Law);
Postgraduate degree in Civil Procedural Law from PUC/SP with the monograph “The Coercive Measures/Actions and the Microsystem of Article 461 of the Brazilian Civil Procedural Code”;
Degree in Law from the Universidade Paulista in 2003, with the dissertation “Trademark and Domain Names Conflicts”.
Affiliations, Commissions and Collegiate
Recognition of Distinctiveness for Three-Dimensional Trademark in France
In Brazil, the three-dimensional trademark is defined in accordance with the concept adopted by the Brazilian PTO as the “sign consisting of its...
Welcome recognition for the prohibition of parallel imports
At the end of 2016, the judge from the 43rd Civil Court of the Central Venue of São Paulo granted an interlocutory relief in favor of a well-known...