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What We do

Litigation

At Daniel, our IP litigation and Enforcement team has unrivalled experience in protecting and enforcing trademarks in Brazil, providing tailored legal and business strategies for each client’s individual needs.

Supported by seasoned trademark and industry experts, our team of litigators regularly acts at all levels of the of the Brazilian justice system and is focused on obtaining pragmatic solutions for our clients in potential disputes or litigation, including, when necessary, obtaining fast emergency injunctive relief or producing effective strategies for out of court settlement.

We have the available legal and technological tools to enforce our client’s rights, always adhering to our core values of speed and efficiency.

Prosecution

Our expert team at Daniel Law includes attorneys and other professionals who are specialized and completely dedicated to trademark law. We support our clients through all stages of the trademark process, through the full lifecycle of a brand, from searching and filing through to opposition and appeal, enforcement, and portfolio management.

Daniel has developed proprietary technology to manage and monitor Brazilian designations with security and agility, which is a crucial asset to our clients while Brazil is new to the Madrid system and the BPTO adjusts to prosecuting international registrations.

Through our LATAM HUB, our clients can get access to intellectual property services across Latin America and the Caribbean using one express service, with a single point of contact and invoicing.

Our

Awards

Our

Differentials

Portfolio management aiming to achieve portfolio balance, efficiency and monetization

Automated Madrid Protocol Monitoring Services

Review of portfolios to identify opportunities for protection or cost-reduction (trimming)

Relationship based partnership with clients seeking collaborative portfolio management based on the client`s intentions, purposes and strategy

our

numbers

1,500+

trademark filings per year

98%

Applications admitted into the program

1000

Brazilian designations monitored under the Madrid System.

Highest

rate of recognition for famous marks in 2020

Lowest

market rate of Official Action due to expertise on adaptation of specifications to local practice

industries

Automotive

Games

Telecom

Life Science

Chemistry

Oil and Gas

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Navigating the Madrid Protocol in Brazil

Brazil ratified the Madrid Protocol, which became operational in the country on October 2, 2019 (under Decree No. 10,033). In this post, we consider the requirement to appoint a local representative in respect of Brazilian Madrid Protocol designations, and the...

10 Common questions on Trademark Enforcement in Brazil

Are you interested to learn about some of the particularities of Trademark enforcement in the Brazilian courts? Here we take a look at 10 common questions that people routinely want answered when looking to Brazil as a potential country to expand their trademark...

A Seat at the Table

The management and maintenance of trademark portfolios has always been important, but as technology develops, the focus on portfolios has heightened. Trademark administrators are leading the charge in ensuring legal teams can keep up, as Sarah Morgan reports....

Recent IP protection measures in Brazil

Japan is a key strategic partner for Brazil in Asia. The official ties between the two countries can be traced back to the signing of the Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation in 1895. Today, enormous opportunities exist for co-operation between the two...

Tales of the Protocol

With 128 member countries and counting, the Madrid System is a shining example of intellectual property (IP) harmonization. Tom Phillips spoke to attorneys working in its newest member states about what joining means to them.   Originally conceived in 1891 to...