Customs database in Mexico

Based in Cork, Brenan LTD is an Irish manufacturer popular among the English and Irish consumers for its kitchen tools. The company is commercialising a new product, which is expected to be released in Mexico soon through a local distributor. The owner has already obtained trade mark protection in Europe and is now considering whether to protect it in Mexico or wait to see how the commercialisation goes.

The company has already been warned about potential risks of counterfeiting if they fail to properly protect their products in Mexico.

Custom’s trademark database in Mexico

Based in Cork, Brenan LTD is an Irish manufacturer popular among the English and Irish consumers for its kitchen tools. The company is commercializing a new product, which is to be released in Mexico soon through a local distributor.

The owner has already obtained trademark protection in Europe, and he is considering whether protecting it in Mexico or waiting until see how the commercialization goes.

The company has also been warned about potential risks of counterfeiting if it does not protect its products properly in Mexico.
 

Bad Faith Registration Chile

A Spanish medium-size company (“XXX”) that operates in the manufacture and distribution of toys sector decided in 2013 to redesign its logo and register it as a new trademark.

The company used to operate in Europe and in Latin America, mainly in Argentina, Colombia and Chile through distribution agreements. They decided to register the new logo as a Community Trademark at a first stage and waiting a few years before registering the trademark in Latin America, since the former logo was registered in Argentina, Colombia and Chile.