Marina's practice includes counseling, strategy and contentious cases for the protection and defense of patents and brands. She handles administrative litigation before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property, nullity trials before the Federal Tribunal on Administrative Matters, constitutional litigation before the Collegiate Circuit Courts and District Courts.
She advises on advertising and labeling pre-clearance for new products and campaigns, promotions, commercial information and sanitary affairs and handles procedures before the Federal Consumer Protection Agency, the Federal Commission for the Protection Against Sanitary Risks and the Interior Ministry.
Representative Legal Matters
- Handled counseling of patents, utility models and industrial designs for various clients. Coordinated audits, due diligence, licensing and strategy development for the protection, prosecution and defense of these rights.
- Litigated numerous infringement and nullity cases. Implemented winning trial strategies to protect and enforce intellectual property and advertising campaigns of leading companies in a variety of industries, such as pharmaceuticals, healthcare, cosmetics, food and beverages, consumer goods and alcohol.
- Mediated intercorporate and corporate-university technology transfer negotiations, and counseled these clients in the protection of intellectual property issues.
- Mexico (2007)
- Univ. Nacional Autonoma of Mexico (Diploma in Energy Law) (2018)
- Institute INEDUFARM (Diploma Degree in Sanitary Regulation for the Pharmaceutical Industry) (2013)
- Munich Intellectual Property Law Centre (LLM Intellectual Property) (2009)
- Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (Law Degree) (2007)
Co-author, "International Advertising Law,” Globe Law and Business, May 2014
Author, "Will Restricting Ads Help Fighting Obesity in Mexico?," Inter-America Dialogue´s Review, The Latin America Advisor, Washington DC, August 2014