Bernardo Herrerías has been leading the firm's Mexico Intellectual Property (IP) practice group since 2007. Clients look to Bernardo for help with patents, trademarks, copyrights, litigation, and other IP-related matters, including confidential information. He provides counseling and enforcement of IP rights for clients, leveraging an active synergy with Customs, the Patent and Trademark Office, the Office of the Attorney General, and other IP-related authorities.
UNAM (lawyer); London School of Economics and Political Science (LLM - Commercial and Corporate Law, 1992 – British Council Chevening Scholarship); Universidad Panamericana (Graduate Courses on "Amparo" Law, 1993; Economic and Corporate Law, 1994; Civil and Commercial Litigation, 1995).
Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (President 2014-2016), International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (Piracy and Counterfeiting Committee), International Trademark Association (Internet Committee), International Chamber of Commerce (Vice-President IP Contentious).
New Mexican Industrial Property Law, GATT and US Proposals. Defense Trademark in Mexican IP Law. Trademark, copyright, and IP litigation lecturer in different forums.