Eduardo Arana joined OLIVARES in 2017.
Currently, he is a member of the Litigation and Anti-Piracy, Anti-Counterfeiting & Enforcement teams, focusing his practice in administrative matters, highlighting proceedings before several administrative authorities, nullity trials before the Federal Court of Administrative Affairs (FCA) and “Amparo” Lawsuits before District Courts and Collegiate Circuit Courts, related mostly to regulatory and intellectual property issues.
Eduardo has also participated in administrative procedures of infringement, nullity and cancelation before the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property and subsequent instances, related with the defense of trademarks and patents rights of our clients.
Likewise, he is involved in various lawsuits against the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI), focused on defending and protecting the personal data and confidential information of our clients when the INAI, with its resolutions, orders to disclose confidential information.
Also, Eduardo participates in civil litigation, especially those focused on the claim of compensation for damages caused by third parties infringing the intellectual property rights of our clients.
When I’m not being a lawyer…
Spend time with my family and friends. I like reading, exercising and I’m a football fan.
I also enjoy watching series, going to the movies and playing with my dog.
Juris Doctor, Universidad Iberoamericana, Campus Ciudad de México 2018
Asociación Mexicana para la Protección de la Propiedad Intelectual (AMPPI)