Clarissa Jaegger, lawyer and partner at Montaury Pimenta Machado & Vieira de Mello, has been practising IP law since joining the firm in 2001. Ms Jaegger manages the trademark portfolio of several large clients in a wide variety of fields ranging from cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and healthcare to entertainment, telecommunication, technology, automobiles, finance and retail. She also has extensive experience in client consultation on IP matters, carrying out due diligence processes and the drafting of IP agreements.
Ms Jaegger’s practice includes:
- trademark clearance and availability searches;
- trademark prosecution, including all procedures from filing to registration at the Brazilian Trademark Office;
- recordal of corporate changes at the Brazilian Trademark Office;
- trademark policing and enforcement;
- negotiation of settlement and coexistence agreements; and
- trademark procurement.
Ms Jaegger is a member of international IP associations such as the Argentinian Association of Industrial Property Agents, whose aim is to protect client interests in Argentina and to improve the trade relations between two of the most important economies in South America. Ms Jaegger is also responsible for the firm’s Asian desk and has attended several conferences in the Asia-Oceania region over the past 10 years, including meetings organised by the Asian Patent Attorneys Association, LawAsia and the China Trademark Association.
Her substantial knowledge in intellectual property has led to her recognition as a leading IP professional by several international guides, such as WTR 1000, Leaders League, the WIPR Leaders and the Client Choice Award.