Christian Nava

Christian has practiced for more than six years as a lawyer, focusing on Intellectual Property and Constitutional Law, which has provided him the necessary experience to handle various cases in trademark, unfair competition and copyright fields. His practice in Intellectual Property has been complemented by various branches of law, such as Civil, Labor and Constitutional, allowing him to have an overview of complex cases.

He also deals with the prosecution and enforcement of trademarks and copyrights before administrative and judicial authorities.

Christian is also a lecturer in the areas of Procedural Law, Introduction to Intellectual Property and Copyrights, at the Technological University of Mexico.

In addition to practicing law, Christian enjoys traveling, listening to music and painting.