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LL.M., Candidate 2020, Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, Quito
Lawyer, 2015, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Quito
Ecuadorian Supreme Court
Andean Court of Justice
Intellectual Property Office
All Courts in Ecuador
Daniel joined our firm in 2018. He is currently studying his first LL.M. degree at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar in Quito, Ecuador. His main practice area is administrative litigation, now specializing in Intellectual Property litigation. He handles oppositions, litigation, copyright matters, examinations, and administrative complaints. Always applying critical thinking to his cases, Daniel contributes with great perspectives for the firm and our clients.
- Applicability of copyright before the massive conversion to digital platforms of artistic and academic works, and its rapid distribution on the internet, 2017
- Diesel vs D4 Fit Wear - Oct, 2018
Diesel S.p.A. was able to assert its rights over their famous "D" design against a local manufacturer of clothing that intended to register a similar D4 design. Diesel S.p.A. filed an Andean opposition, based on their registration in Colombia which was first rejected by the Trademark Director. In Appeal, the IP Committee agreed on the likelihood of confusion and the prevalence of prior right in the Andean Community and rejected the application.