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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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  • 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
Legal Answers
110 Questions Answered

Q. Would I be able to use the name Leafly for a retail space name? what are the restraints &/or rights of Leafly Holdings ?
A: depends on how it is used and if they have registration or not, and if it would confuse people into buying from you when they intended to buy from them.
Q. Qmatic and qless seemed to have same type of patent on virtual queue ? How are they different?
A: You need to review the patents or publications and analyze them. Make an appointment for a consultation as it will require access to the patent documents, review and provide an opinion. You may also need to get an expert opinion, from somebody specialized in the field or with these patents.
Q. I got a software copyright infringement notice for a company that i am not a member of any more, what should i do?
A: You can try talking to them and explaining the situation. Maybe a mistake. If it is not a valid invoice you can tell them that. And if they keep harassing you you can try to get legal counsel or use your state attorney general.
Q. patent for EEUU market an accessory element set for competition guns. How much cost including lawyer fees?
A: For filing and prosecuting a utility patent you should budget at least around $10,000. It may be higher if the filing is in an international market. Consult an attorney to understand better your best approach.
Q. There is a website using my pictures without permission. What are my options?
A: You can try asking her formally to remove the pictures as they are your property. Your legal option is possible to sue. Expensive though. You can recover damages caused by him using the pictures without your approval, but you have to prove that. You can copyright the photos and if you win, you can get statutory damages for every violation. IF it is a very high traffic site, and produces a lot of sales/income, maybe you can get something from it, otherwise may be an exercise in futility.
Q. My company offers services similar to that of, a federally trademarked name of another company. Must I change names?
A: Tough spot. It will depend on your ability to defend yourself. And whether they are serious in coming after you. It will take them a lot in attorney fees to do that. The easiest and simplest way to deal with this is to change your name.
Q. Hello Team, I filed 2 disclosures for Johnson controls india. I left company a year back. How Can I track my patents
A: Try Public Pair, hopefully you will find the status there
Q. When should you get your brand and or logo trademark?
A: At the beginning. As soon as you realize you are in a business not a hobby. Ideally at the moment you come up with the name of your company or you start your social media, on line strategy so you can align the brands with the URLs and social media handles. And it is important to make sure it is not owned by somebody else.
Q. I’m looking to copyright a brand. I searched and there is currently a copyright for the same name already.
A: Good answer in here from Jason. Depending on how different the uses are there may be cases where the brands can co-exist. Contact and attorney to see your case in more detail and give you an assessment of your risks.
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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