In this episode, Harry Valetk, is joined by Carlos Dávila-Peniche, based in Mexico City and Daniel Villanueva, based in Guadalajara, to discuss consumer protection in video games with a special focus on age ratings. Join us to hear more about how to meet challenges around age ratings, global classifications, localization expectations, how to comply with age ratings in app stores or console purchases, and much more.
Carlos is a partner in Baker McKenzie's North America Intellectual Property Practice Group. He advises mainly on copyright, trademark, domain names, franchising and licensing, trade secrets protection, unfair competition, branding, advertising and protection in the digital environment, and privacy issues litigation. Carlos also heads the Firm’s Brand Enforcement department and investigation team, handling covert investigation and operations against counterfeit and piracy issues, as well as commercial and trademark use investigations.
Daniel Villanueva Plasencia is a member of Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property Practice Group in Guadalajara. He has extensive experience in intellectual and industrial property matters, including trademarks, patents and copyrights. Prior to joining the Firm, he was the founding partner of a local firm in Guadalajara.