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Marcos Garciaacosta

Marcos Garciaacosta

Legal Business Global
  • Business Law, Trademarks, Intellectual Property...
  • Arizona
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Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
We trusted Marcos with registering and protecting our trademark. Marcos' work was impeccable and his fees were very reasonable. Moreover, once our trademark was challenged Marcos proved an adept negotiator in securing a great result for us.
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Summary

Trademark, intellectual property, contracts, and global business attorney.

Marcos advises clients in the areas of restaurants and food industry, entertainment (musicians such rappers and Mexican banda), wearable technology, journalism, creative writing, software development, smartphones, virtual reality headsets, artificial intelligence and many more.

A multicultural, multilingual professional with a broad spectrum of language skills, with Spanish and English fluency, and partial abilities in French, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese.

He thrives at the intersections of business, technology, law, and creativity. A business and trademark attorney, social investor, marketer, roboticist, engineer, contracts negotiator, business connector. Marcos enjoys working with a broad spectrum of clients and industries from the creative classes helping them protect their business and intellectual property rights. With extensive experience in high tech and international business, Marcos helps startups and entrepreneurs all over the world achieve their dreams.

Marcos area of expertise includes contract drafting, reviewing and negotiating, including sales, purchase, technology licensing, trademark licensing, talent representation, RFP/RFQ, internet domain protection, confidentiality agreements, strategic alliances, copyrights, US and International trademark selection and protection, and many more. Marcos is an electronics engineer, with a Masters in Industrial Management, trained in quality and statistics, and a license to practice law in the state of Arizona. Follow Marcos at @IPLawMarcos.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Trademarks
  • Intellectual Property
  • Immigration Law
  • Patents
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Free 20 minutes phone consultation. 100 dollars 1-hour phone consultation and 200 dollars per hour in-person consultation in the Phoenix Metro area, prepaid through Square or PayPal. Please ask about our trademark and contracts fees. Schedule your consultation (480) 324-6378
  • Credit Cards Accepted
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arizona
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
Legal Business Global
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Managing partner, founder Legal Business Legal, Marcos E. Garciaacosta Law Group.
Supplier Commodity Manager, Engineer and more
Intel Corp.
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Worked for Intel Corporation as an engineer in different groups and capacities.
Education
Arizona Summit Law School
J.D. (2014) | Juris Doctor
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Activities: Business, commercial law, immigration clinic, trademarks and copyrights
Arizona State University
M.S. (1995) | Industrial Management
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ITESM- Mexico
B.S. (1987) | Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
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Activities: Student body for Electrical Engineering College
Professional Associations
State Bar of Arizona # 032321
Member
Current
Publications
Articles & Publications
Robot as a Service in Cloud Computing
IEEE Computer Society Washington, DC, USA
Speaking Engagements
The Merit of Birthright Citizenship Under the 14th Amendment, State Bar of Arizona Annual Convention, Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass
State Bar of Arizona
The Merit of Birthright Citizenship Under the 14th Amendment, State Bar of Arizona Annual Convention, Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass
State Bar of Arizona
Legal Answers
67 Questions Answered

Q. Am I violating any laws by selling items with my own graphic design/phrase tha has been newly TM'd by someone else?
A: Agree with the colleagues. Think Delta, delta, Delta. Faucets, airlines, power supplies. All co-exist in the market and nobody would get confused. YOU SHOULD consider registering your brand before somebody else uses it for your same market and registers it before you. YOU DO HAVE SOME rights, but you can dilute them if you do not act.
Q. I am wondering about when my ex has my children in the summer if he is allowed to not have the go to there ball games
A: This may be something the court would not want to get involved. It is probably too much hassle to go in front of the judge, but you can do that if you do not come to an agreement.
Q. My Husband inherited property from his late Father who left no will. He has two sisters, one wanted to sell, my Husband
A: Negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. That is probably the best option you have as far as getting ownership over the property. Expect to pay, buy.
Q. I'm planning to file trademark so that i can use a certain username on twitter, facebook and instagram.
A: You need to decide if this is a business and plan accordingly. You should work on a budget and revenue plan so you can make sure you are investing the right amount of money for the returns you expect. Just like anything in life you end up getting what you pay for, so use a reputable professional to help you in your business journey. Best luck
Q. I'm looking for an Attorney for Patented/Copyright! The Patent is #4926171, The Copyright is on the wayback machine.
A: I suggest you schedule a consultation via phone to understand better your needs. 480 324 6378
Q. Can I download and modify YouTube videos under Creative Commons license for commercial use?
A: Very likely not. Unless the video itself provides a license to make changes, And you must read and understand it correctly. Very likely it will cause a reaction, cease and desist and potential infringement claim.
Q. How may I buy a patent from any company?
A: Are you referring to the name or the design of the product? They are two different things. And you should engage with the owner and negotiate price and terms.
Q. can I name a product after a one word song lyric that the artist / publisher did not trademark for the specific use.
A: Possible, it will depend on how close that is to protected, or established brands or content. A trademark is for identifying the origin of a product or service. If that term has become an identifier for somebody else, you may be infringing if you use it for similar product or service.
Q. Can I use e plurubus Unum as name for my brand as long as it don’t contain the logo
A: You should check if it is registered already. If it is not, you may get it, depending on what it is used for. Most government names, brands, documents, etc. are not registered. They may have security protection, but unless that is the case, or are other requirements for privacy, it is public information. Make a consultation so you can be properly protected.
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Marcos E. Garciaacosta Law Group-Legal Business Global
659 E. Main Street Suite 108
Mesa, AZ 85023
USA
Telephone: (480) 324-6378
Cell: (480) 324-6378