Provided by Juan Carlos Amaro
Intellectual Property Litigation, Constitutional Law, Administrative Litigation, Corporate and Commercial Law, Commercial Contracts, International Trade, Privacy and Data Protection.
Attorney at Law (2002), with postgraduate degree in Constitutional Law from Universidad Panamericana. He also obtained and ILEC from Cambridge in 2006.
He leads the IP Litigation, Trademark & Copyright and the Corporate & Commercial Law Groups of the firm since 2010. He represents clients in their IP and Commercial global strategies and has represented domestic and international clients in more than 500 litigation cases.
He has been invited to participate in several forums on IP and Administrative matters and has contributed to different domestic and foreign associations with opinions relating to the legal IP framework.
Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AMPPI) (President of the Litigation Committee)
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) (President of the IP Litigation Committee of the Mexican Chapter)
Mexican Bar Association (BMA)
Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) (Member of the International Trademark Law and Practice Committee)
International Trademark Association (INTA) (Member of the Trademark Administrators Committee)
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).
Mexico City-based intellectual property lawyer Juan Carlos Amaro is recognised by peers for his focus on patent matters, including related litigation. Pointing to his contentious experience, one peer endorses his recent activity in the market.