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Marcos Garciaacosta

Marcos Garciaacosta

Legal Business Global
  • Business Law, Trademarks, Intellectual Property ...
  • Arizona
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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
  • Free Consultation
    Free 20 minutes phone consultation. 300 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
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
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Federal Circuit
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Partner
Legal Business Global
- Current
Managing partner, founder Legal Business Legal, Marcos E. Garciaacosta Law Group.
Supplier Commodity Manager, Engineer and more
Intel Corp.
Worked for Intel Corporation as an engineer in different groups and capacities.
Arizona Summit Law School
J.D. (2014) | Juris Doctor
Activities: Business, commercial law, immigration clinic, trademarks and copyrights
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Arizona State University
M.S. (1995) | Industrial Management
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ITESM- Mexico
B.S. (1987) | Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
Activities: Student body for Electrical Engineering College
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Arizona  # 032321
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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
Websites & Blogs
Legal Business Global
Legal Business Global Blog
Legal Answers
283 Questions Answered

Q. The one word title for my intended novel is the same as a published U.S. 4 book series. Could I be infringing trademark?
A: I agree with the comments of my colleagues. Very likely you have an overlap between copyright and trademark. It is possible and happens a lot where books or movies share the same title, although they come from different sources and the contents are different. Consult with an attorney to understand your risks.
Q. If I wanted to publish a book and sell it with pictures of memes from the internet is there a copyright issue?
A: That is a very interesting question. It is very likely a minefield. You need to consult with an attorney for guidance and strategies to mitigate (can never bring to zero) your risk. Also consult with an insurance agency specializing in copyright coverage. They can make an assessment of your risk. Off from the bat I would say you have lots of risks.
Q. Is an international registered trademark in the USA enough to stop a trademark infringement outside the USA?
A: You definitely need to consult an attorney. There are no international registrations. You MUST register your trademark in each country or jurisdiction where you desire protection. In addition you must show use there. In this case is very valid for somebody to use your exact trademark in another country if you do not have protection there. How it impacts your business in the USA needs to be understood and there are tools you can use to mitigate that damage, but in general you need to pay to get the protection.
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Contact & Map
Marcos E. Garciaacosta Law Group-Legal Business Global
659 E. Main Street Suite 108
Mesa, AZ 85023
Telephone: (480) 324-6378
Cell: (480) 324-6378
Monday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 7 PM (Today)
Saturday: 9 AM - 7 PM
Sunday: Closed
Notice: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call us at (480) 324-6378.
Mailing address- Legal Business Global, Marcos E. Garciaacosta Law Group
2875 W. Ray Rd.
Suite 6-108
Chandler, AZ 85224