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Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados

PASEO DE LA REFORMA 265-M2, MEXICO, DF 06500, MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 5533 0040
Fax:
Fax +52 55 5525 1227
Email:
Web:
www.goodrichriquelme.com
Mexico City, Paris
Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados, Guillermo Sosa, Mexico City, MEXICO

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Guillermo Sosa

Tel:
Work +5255 55330040
Email:
Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados

Work Department

Intellectual Property

Position

Junior Partner

Career

Guillermo Sosa joined the firm in 2003. He specializes in intellectual Property, specifically in litigation matters. He is responsible for the litigation and dispute area of the Intellectual Property department before all government authorities included the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office (MPTO), the Federal Court of Administrative Affairs, and the Federal Court of Appeals. Furthermore, he also handles violations to intellectual property rights by means of infringement actions and other mechanisms before relevant authority. He is also responsible for overseeing domain disputes as well as for the administrative litigation of the firm and regulatory matters (health).

Languages

Spanish | English

Member

Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados. Asociación Mexicana para la Protección de la Propiedad Intelectual (AMPPI). International Trademark Association (INTA). Asociación Interamericana de la Propiedad Intelectual (ASIPI). Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle (AIPPI)

Education

LL.B., Centro Universitario Mexico, Mexico City (2004). Specialization in Amparo Law, Universidad Panamericana. (2006) Specialization in Intelectual and Industrial Property Law, Universidad Panamericana. (2007) Specialization in Contracts Law, Universidad Iberoamericana. (2008)


Mexico

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados has a strong track record advising major international clients in the pharmaceutical, automotive, retail and technology sectors. It is particularly active on the IP litigation front, and recently represented a major pharmaceutical company in three patent infringement actions. Enrique Diaz heads the experienced team, which includes Guillermo Sosa and the up-and-coming Julio Cesar Prieto.

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