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Mrs Rosa Campillo Celado
Former Legal Counsel to the Dominican Ministry of Foreign Relations, 1962-1983.
Professor of International Law, Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña, since 1975.
English, Spanish and French.
Dominican Bar Association (1966)
Inter-American Bar Association (IABA)
Dominican Association of Business Lawyer,
National Association of Women Lawyers,
Notaries Bar Association.
Universidad de Santo Domingo (JD, 1962)
Universidad de Madrid, Spain (Economic Development Courses, 1968)
United Nations Office in Genova (International Law Courses, 1972)
Academia Diplomática Andrés Bello, Chile, 1975
Universidad de Rio de Janeiro, 1977 (International Law Courses)
Dominican Republic > Dispute resolution
Russin, Vecchi & Heredia Bonetti is noted for its strong capabilities in tax litigation and contractual disputes, although the group is also adept at assisting clients from a broad spectrum of sectors with a wide range of contentious matters. Georges Santoni Recio represents Bayer in a contractual dispute against agricultural company AgroAvance and Rosa Campillo Celado acted for Senosiain Laboratorios in a labour litigation case. José Maldonado Stark and Luis Heredia Valenzuela are key contacts, while senior associate Manuel Conde Cabrera is the litigation department co-ordinator.
Dominican Republic > Intellectual property
Russin, Vecchi & Heredia Bonetti handles a range of contentious and non-contentious mandates regarding trade marks, industrial designs, and copyright matters. Rosa Campillo Celado and Mónika Fiallo Paradas, who was promoted to partner in February 2019, are the key contacts. The group is strong in handling instructions from the pharmaceutical industry: recent work includes assisting Novo Nordisk, Puerto Rico Hospital Supply and Labtest Diagnóstica with trade mark and sanitary registrations in compliance with medical and diagnostic equipment regulations in the Dominican Republic. The practice also handles matters pertaining to Cuba.