Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton
Avenida Tecamachalco No. 14, Piso 5, Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec
C.P. 11000 Mexico City, Mexico
+52 55 5093 9700
The Mexico intellectual property lawyers at Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton (CCN) regularly assist clients with intellectual property and technology issues. Clients manufacturing or selling goods in Mexico turn to CCN for advice on how to protect their intellectual property rights and technology. The firm handles copyrights, patents, trademarks and trade secrets matters, including a focus on emerging biotechnology and genomic issues in Mexico. The firm also assists clients engaged in franchising, licensing and technology transfers.
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton intellectual property lawyers in Mexico understand the interplay among fiscal, regulatory, customs and foreign investment considerations in the information and technology area. The attorneys of the firm represent numerous clients before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property or IMPI and the National Copyright Institute or INDA, in matters ranging from trademarks, slogans, software, patents, denominations of origin, maintenance and protection of intellectual property rights. The Mexico intellectual property lawyers of the firm also advise clients on how to protect their valuable intellectual property rights and how to defend such rights in cases of third party infringement and cancellation proceedings, including the capacity to litigate before the IMPI and Mexican courts.
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton is an international law firm with attorneys and practice areas spanning the spectrum of commercial and international law. The firm has long worked with clients in the manufacturing and assembly industry. Such projects typically involve banking, corporate, customs, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, labor, real estate and tax issues, among others.
As CCN has grown from five to over forty attorneys, the firm's practice areas have also expanded to include automotive, agriculture, antitrust, banking, energy, public finance, litigation and mergers and acquisitions. The law firm's practice areas will likely continue to broaden as business and economic activity in North America increase and become more integrated.
Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton is an international law firm with offices throughout Mexico in Mexico City, Monterrey, Reynosa, Querétaro, Matamoros and Ciudad Juárez, as well as in Texas, in San Antonio and McAllen. The firm features Mexico City intellectual property attorneys who offer significant experience serving clients all over Mexico. With an in-depth understanding of the legal issues facing clients in the United States, Mexico and Latin America, CCN's lawyers advise clients on how to conduct business in the increasingly dynamic, complex and interconnected North American market. This experience extends from the world's largest multi-national corporations to smaller, closely held, enterprises.
The Mexico intellectual property lawyers of Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton provide open and easy communication with their clients. The firm relies on its intellectual property lawyers, many of which are fluent in English and Spanish, to provide clients with legal advice and strategy. This enables CCN to serve clients efficiently, with information provided promptly, in understandable terms.
Providing high quality legal services at a fair cost is the central element of the CCN philosophy. The Mexico intellectual property lawyers of the firm understand and appreciate the needs of their clients to secure quality services at reasonable rates. To accomplish this objective, the attorneys of the firm strive to maintain an economically sound approach to their own costs. This approach supports another important principle on which the firm's philosophy is based: long term client relationships.
The CCN intellectual property lawyers in Mexico focus primarily on the success and interests of the firm's clients. In the competitive North American market when working with clients in matters of international law, those interests are best served by personnel who are well versed in the laws and cultures of Mexico and the United States. As such, the law firm places great emphasis on training and developing attorneys and professionals who, in providing legal services to clients, take into account the legal and cultural norms of both countries and of the region as a whole.
A mission at CCN is to provide quality, personalized legal services for its intellectual property law clients in Mexico. By setting the standard for excellence as experienced Mexico intellectual property lawyers, CCN will strive to be the optimum provider of skilled representation and a leading intellectual property law firm in Mexico.
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton has set goals to continuously meet client expectations by reaching favorable outcomes in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. Each Mexico City intellectual property lawyer at CCN is highly qualified in their respected area of practice, and they maintain a reputation as honest and individualized intellectual property attorneys in Mexico.