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Communication COVID-19 Guatemala

By Mayora IP - 27/03/2020
Communication COVID-19 Guatemala

Dear colleagues:

We wish to inform you that considering the public known current situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Intellectual Registry and the Supreme Court of Justice of Guatemala, excepting certain matter of constitutional relevant, has suspended its activities from March 17, 2020 until April 12, 2020.

Please note that we have the latest technological infrastructure, through our ANAQUA platform, which allows each of our collaborators to perform their duties fully from home without interruption, complying with our quality and safety standards.

During this period of time all activities of the Intellectual Property Registry derived from the Registry’s activities in which a term of an administrative deadline established by law is being computed, will be suspended until the government provisions regarding the state of public calamity and orders for strict compliance are revoked. In regards with the computation of the judicial procedural terms and deadlines, the Supreme Court of Justice of Guatemala ordered the suspension of such terms and deadlines, all of which will be resumed as from the next business day following the government’s decision to end the public calamity status.

We understand that this pandemic has been and unprecedented challenge and we asure you that our profesional support will address all matters efficiently. You can continue to contact our lawyers directly at our email at the following address: and Both will remain available to redirect your requests to the appropriate department.

We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you informed of any eventuality on this matter. 

By Mayora IP - 27/03/2020
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MAYORA IP, S.A., a sister firm of Mayora & Mayora, with an established practice for more than 50 years, takes pride in its unfailing commitment to excellence and for strategically managing, protecting, and enforcing intangible assets.

Driven by the legacy and memory of its founding partner, Eduardo Mayora Dawe, MAYORA IP advises its clients to acquire, manage, and protect their intellectual property.

Its team of lawyers and paralegals work in the areas of patents, trademarks, trade dress, domain names and copyrights, and regularly counsels on procurement, prosecution,enforcement, licensing, and litigation.

MAYORA IP is proud to share that after three years of providing services in Honduras and having just completed two years of services in El Salvador, the legacy of its founding partner, Eduardo Mayora Dawe, does not cease to grow.