Adriana Zaidan – Rio de Janeiro
Adriana Becho Zaidan is an IP Attorney experienced on the prosecution and management of trademarks, geographical indications, domain names, software protection before the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office, as well as on extrajudicial measures relative to these matters.
Alberto Guerra – Porto Alegre
Based in our Porto Alegre office Alberto is the leader of two key groups at the firm. He is the head off the patent practice and extends his work to sports and entertainment law.
Cristina Guerra – Porto Alegre
Cristina is a highly experienced IP attorney having worked on matters ranging the full IP landscape. Notably she is a specialist in both Geographical Indications litigation across the whole Latin America region and, managing trademark portfolios of large multinationals, across the region.
Flavio Leonardos - Rio de Janeiro
Mr. Leonardos joined Guerra IP as a Partner in December 2014. The Brazilian intellectual property community regards Mr. Leonardos as one the finest IP legal minds in the country, and his partnership at Guerra IP will spark dramatic expansion in the patent department.
Gabriele Sarmento – Porto Alegre
After joining Guerra IP in 2001, Gabriele Sarmento currently serves as the firm’s Patent Department Chief—offering her extensive expertise to activities that involve customer contact, description of patent applications, patentability analysis, filing of patent and industrial design applications, both in Brazil and abroad.
Ricardo Pinho – Rio de Janeiro
Ricardo Pinho, a partner with Guerra IP, is a seasoned IP specialist highly regarded for his outstanding work in Patent and Trademark Prosecution, IP Licensing and Contracts, Software Registration, Copyrights, and Portfolio Management.
Rodrigo Ferreira - Rio de Janeiro
Rodrigo de Paiva Ferreira is a patent agent experienced on filing and prosecution patent applications before the Brazilian Patent Office, as well as in pharmaceutical patent matters related to ANVISA (National Agency National Agency for Sanitary Surveillance).
Rosélia Corrêa - Porto Alegre
Rosélia Corrêa provides careful guidance and support to employees of the national trademark department in regard to all administrative procedures in Brazil. Imparting her 15 years of experience in IP matters, she aids clients in dealing with trademark processes and provides support in helping find solutions for their trademark issues.