Abraham Diaz co-Chairs the Privacy and IT Industry group and has a wealth of knowledge across the Intellectual Property spectrum. Abraham focuses his practice on copyright, trademarks and unfair competition, litigation, licensing and prosecution matters. He counsels clients on any IP related matters, and handles matters involving trademarks, trade dress, product configuration, unfair competition, advertisement related matters, false advertising, trade secrets, plant breeder’s rights, vegetal varieties and Internet related Intellectual Property issues. His Internet experience includes handling domain disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the Local Dispute Resolution Policy (LDRP), as well as counseling clients concerning the development of websites and the protection of the content thereof.
Abraham counsels transnational and domestic companies in such industries as apparel, food and beverage, media and publishing, technology and telecommunications, consumer products and services.
He also counsels client´s in the correct implementation, monitoring and auditing of privacy management programs; crisis and data breaches management.
Because of his broad background of litigation, copyright, regulatory, data privacy, and trademarks, Mr. Diaz is perfectly placed to advise clients in these industries over a range of subject matters and can look at legal needs in this sector in a 360 degree way. He has authored various articles involving IP and Internet related matters and he has lectured on various topics in the Intellectual Property field, at national and international fora.
Ilustre y Nacional Colegio de Abogados de México
Postgraduate Major in Intellectual Property Law, 2000
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Juris Doctor, 1997
- Asociación Mexicana para la Protección de la Propiedad Intelectual (AMPPI)
- Association of European Trade Mark Owners (MARQUES)
- International Trademark Association (INTA)