Intellectual Property Strategy and Protection In Colombia

Triana Uribe & Michelsen

Calle 93B N. 12-48 P.4 Bogotá

Firm's Overview

Triana Uribe & Michelsen TRIANA, URIBE & MICHELSEN is a boutique Firm. The Firm is best known for its prompt and accurate legal advice and assistance to its clients. The departments are very well integrated with each other, which guarantee an integrated assessment of any issue. We are among the most recognized firms in the country for entertainment, advertising, franchising and licensing business endeavors, intellectual property matters and litigation. From our involvement on copyright, trademark and litigation matters we have developed a strong practice on advertising law that focus on compliance with consumer protection statutes and third parties rights. We advise the most important credit card brands and companies involved in cutting edge technology and social media demanding high standards of legal counsel. From our IP expertise and contractual background, we have helped foreign and local companies implement franchise operations in our country that take advantage of the current propitious business climate.
Its founding partners are Fernando Triana, Juan Carlos Uribe, Juan Pablo Triana and Laura Michelsen. Laura Michelsen acts currently as of counsel.
The Intellectual Property and Entertainment department is in charge of all matters related to the study, development, surveillance and national and international registration of intangible property rights, such as trademarks, copyrights, patents, utility models, industrial designs, industrial secrets, domain names among others to provide you with the best possible protection. We also provide legal advice regarding all legal entertainment issues, in the broadest sense of the word, including therein sports law matters.
Intellectual property services include:
Distinctive signs
Denominations of origin
Patents, utility models, industrial designs
Cancellation actions
Industrial secrets
Plant varieties
Advertising law
Entertainment law
Sports Law