Julissa Farah > Estudio Benedetti > Panama, Panama > Lawyer Profile

Estudio Benedetti
EDIFICIO COMOSA, PISO 19, AVENIDA SAMUEL LEWIS
PANAMA
Panama

Work Department

Trademark recordals and renewals department

Position

Associate

Career

Julissa Farah focuses her practice on intellectual property matters and is responsible for the trademark recordals and renewals department.

She has a licentiate degree in Law and Political Science from the Universidad Católica Santa María la Antigua in Panama and is an admitted attorney since 2012.

Julissa started her career in a renowned Panamanian law firm, working in the trademark litigation department, where she developed her interest in intellectual property. In 2014 she joined top ranked IP law firm Benedetti & Benedetti, where she headed the recordals and renewals team.

Languages

Spanish and English

Memberships

Panama Bar Association

Education

Licentiate degree in Law and Political Science – Universidad Católica Santa María la Antigua, Panama

Lawyer Rankings

Panama > Intellectual property

A benchmark in Panama in intellectual property matters‘, specialist firm Estudio Benedetti handles the IP portfolios of household-name multinationals, including companies from the pharmaceuticals, retail, entertainment and luxury goods sectors. Trade mark, patent, utility model and design filings, and Colón Free Zone trade mark issues are among the practice’s key areas of expertise; the group is also active in opposition, cancellation and annulment actions. The sizeable team is led by Ramón Benedetti Velázquez, who oversees the IP prosecution practice; Audrey Williams, who excels in anti-counterfeiting litigation and is ‘very skilled in negotiating trade mark cases‘; IP litigation specialist Diana Leandro; and Ramón Benedetti Alemán, who handles IP renewals and foreign filings. Other noteworthy practitioners include patent agent Jeane Johnson and associate Graziella Benedetti, whose ‘extensive experience in regulatory issues allows her to provide good solutions to all client issues‘. Fernando Reyes, a name to note for infringement cases, and Julissa Farah also stand out at the associate level.