Industrial Creations & Industrial Secrets, Privacy & Data Protection, Intellectual Property and Information Technology.
ASSOCIATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
Mexican Bar Association (MBA); Constitutional Law Committee.
Mexican Association for the Protection of the Industrial Property (AMPPI).
International Trademark Association (INTA).
International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Pharmaceutical Trade Mark Group (PTMG).
Has published a good number of articles and essays on different legal subjects and relevant court cases handled by him, in national and international publications, including: Privacy Law Adviser, Managing Intellectual Property, World Finance, Chambers & Partners, El Foro, La Barra, Abogado Corporativo, among others. Participated in the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property work group to amend Mexico’s Industrial Property Law (1999-2000) and to introduce a bill to amend the Industrial Property Law to reduce the time needed by intellectual property owners to obtain damages.
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Professor of constitutional proceedings, Universidad Anáhuac del Norte, Mexico City (1994-1995).
Extensive experience in administrative and federal court litigation and intangible rights protection in matters of unconstitutional laws and acts of authority.
Has developed strategies to compensate patent lost time due to red tape delays; has obtained court opinions on unconstitutional provisions of the Industrial Property Law in the process of defending trademark rights, which have been featured by the Reforma newspaper; has successfully defended domain names in international forums, including the World Intellectual Property Organization (“WIPO”).
Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers, Legal 500 and Trademark Review, since recognized 2015 as a prominent lawyer in intellectual property law.