In 2020 a new IP law came into force in Mexico, introducing significant revisions to all aspects of trademark practice. Among other major changes, registrations now remain valid for 10 years from grant and a declaration of use claim must be filed when renewal is requested, as well as shortly after the third anniversary of grant. Stronger border measures have also been put in place, allowing Mexican customs officials to coordinate seizures of counterfeits that are in transit to other countries. In further developments, there is also greater clarity in the oppositions system: the term within which to respond to oppositions has been extended, and applicants that file oppositions are now prohibited from filing later invalidity actions on the same grounds. Overall, the country’s practitioners have welcomed the changes, which should help them to provide the increasingly specialised IP services that the modern market demands.


  • Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Becerril, Coca & Becerril, SC 
  • C&L Attorneys SC
  • Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC
  • Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC
  • Hogan Lovells
  • Mcoy Abogados
  • Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC
  • TMI Abogados
  • BGAL Asociados
  • Birman Guakil Wolff Legal
  • ClarkeModet 
  • De Alva & Asociados
  • Gonzalez Calvillo SC Abogados
  • Legarreta y Asociados SC
  • Méndez + Cortés SC
  • Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa SC
  • Romo de Vivar V IP Services 
  • Santamarina y Steta SC
  • Von Wobeser y Sierra SC

Arochi & Lindner SC

With a “responsive and efficient service”, Arochi & Linder “has established itself as one of Mexico’s most reliable and important IP firms”. Led by the venerable Roberto Arochi, an IP authority and advocate par excellence, it is “top in the country for litigation and enforcement”. The founding and managing partner has assembled an all-star team, including fellow gold-tier advocates Heidi Lindner and María Teresa Eljure – both “strategic powerhouses when it comes to contentious matters”. Lindner heads the litigation department and is equally formidable in trademark and patent disputes; while Eljure is proficient in the courtroom, but also possesses advanced prosecution capabilities. Another key asset is enforcement captain Diana Karina Martínez; she brings the fight to counterfeiters alongside Aldo de Landa, an up-and-comer whose track record in complex litigation reflects skill beyond his years. Testament to the depth of the set’s contentious offering, Sergio Velazquez joins the rankings this year as another rising star who has played a vital role in many of the firm’s highest-profile cases.

Baker McKenzie

Global powerhouse Baker McKenzie is a potent presence in Mexico, with a stacked team of lawyers and engineers providing A-to-Z legal and commercial counsel. Combined with its access to an unrivalled global network and cutting-edge technology, this gives the set the wherewithal to cater for international titans such as Unilever, Abbott and FedEx. Fernando Robles Pesqueira is a key contact for many of its biggest clients and is commended for his “industry-savvy advice”. “Tactically and strategically switched on, he makes clients feel comfortable in discussing complex matters which are crucial to business.” Pesqueira and Carlos Davila-Peniche make a great strike partnership on tricky disputes. Enforcement and licensing aficionado Davila-Peniche was recently named partner and makes his WTR 1000 debut this year. On the prosecution front, Gresly Marcano has a gift not only for protecting portfolios, but also for enhancing their value; while versatile professional Véronique Durand Rettally maintains the portfolio of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, among many others, while also providing vital assistance on franchising and licensing briefs.

Basham, Ringe y Correa SC

“Offering the personalised service of a boutique within a comprehensive full-service structure”, Basham, Ringe y Correa is ideally placed to meet and exceed clients’ every business and legal need – and, as the exclusive Mexico member of Lex Mundi, to do so on the global stage. Its talented IP division, headed by Eduardo Kleinberg, “is prolific in filing and spearheads much of Mexico’s most important trademark activity”. The commercially minded managing partner leads the trademark and licensing departments and stands out for his deft portfolio management – something he shares with José Hinojosa, Juan Carlos Hernández and Martín Michaus. The trio of superstars are much more than prosecution experts, however: Hinojosa also has deep knowledge of patents and copyrights; US-educated Hernández is a domain name and trade secrets whizz; and Michaus is “a hardworking and prominent IP all-rounder”. Michaus is additionally an asset to the firm’s exceptional contentious practice, alongside Adolfo Athié and Eduardo Castañeda, who boast outstanding litigation pedigrees. Athié is a gifted advocate whose ability to whittle out business-friendly resolutions in heated disputes is second to none; while Castañeda is a master tactician in the courtroom.

Becerril, Coca & Becerril, SC 

“Demonstrating genuine care for patrons”, the practitioners at Becerril Coca & Becerril “make themselves widely available and provide high-quality, rapid-fire solutions which impart full confidence when making crucial decisions”. The firm is home to a cutting-edge patent practice, but is also dynamic in the trademark space, coming “well equipped to deal with the most complex branding issues”. Leading from the front is Juan Carlos Amaro, “one of the best IP disputes lawyers in Mexico”, who also has a knack for crafting successful global commercialisation strategies. Carlos Hernández and Victor Adames provide further leadership as the respective heads of the IP litigation and trademark and copyright divisions. Cool-headed and incisive, Hernández significantly boosts the team’s contentious firepower; while Adames is an adroit prosecutor whose “solid understanding of both the Central American and Caribbean markets” is a crucial asset for regional portfolio management.

BGAL Asociados

Since its inception in 2018, the “cost-effective and ultra-responsive” BGAL Asociados has been making waves on the Mexican trademark market and breaks into the WTR 1000 rankings this year as a result. “Operating within a modern and dynamic structure, Inti Alva and Flor Bermudez are experienced and talented lawyers who maintain this standard, bringing well-grounded, bespoke advice to the most complex branding matters.” Alongside sparkling portfolio management credentials, managing partner Alva “has an excellent ability to take into account business strategies and achieve outstanding results in enforcement and litigation issues which speak to them”; he has lately presented persuasive objections behalf of Prada and coordinated anti-counterfeiting proceedings for Lincoln Electric Company. “With vast knowledge of both the local and regional legal landscape”, Bermudez captains the national and foreign trademark department and “possesses an excellent customer service attitude, diligently handling any prosecution mandate she is tasked with”.

Birman Guakil Wolff Legal

Birman Guakil Wolff Legal adopts an integrated approach to practice: its IP professionals work hand in glove with colleagues across the full-service firm to produce “valuable strategic advice which helps clients to gain advanced market positions for their brands”. It is recommended for its “cost-effective, prompt and clear counsel”, which it dispenses on an international scale through a vast network of fruitful foreign alliances. Eduardo Birman Ripstein is the key contact when it comes to trademarks; a “reliable, smart and cunning strategist on complex prosecution issues”, he is also a seasoned negotiator with an impressive track record in disputes and franchising instructions.

C&L Attorneys SC

“The squad at C&L Attorneys has the rare ability to maintain a personable, approachable and friendly service while being laser-focused on success.” Sophisticated brand monitoring software assists with meticulous protection, enforcement and monetisation, while also freeing up time to cultivate close relationships with patrons. Jorge León and Ana Castaneda are client magnets who work hard to maintain the quality of the firm’s output for the likes of Virgin and Starbucks. “León is constantly on the lookout for anything which might affect the business interests of his clients” and shines on enforcement briefs; recent highlights included obtaining a favourable ruling on behalf of Golds Gym and defending Alpha Animation in proceedings brought by Jaguar Land Rover. “Castaneda consistently exhibits great skill while maintaining high levels of integrity.” She is most effective on the non-contentious front and monitors portfolios for the likes of SEGA and Sony Interactive Entertainment with an eagle eye.

Calderón & De La Sierra

With its roots in trademarks, Calderón & De La Sierra has developed into a well-rounded IP boutique with complementary corporate and regulatory expertise. Its brands offering is a slick machine that furnishes meaningful, business-oriented support in myriad ways. With serial winners Carlos Pérez De La Sierra and Alberto Huerta Bleck on deck, it has a singular facility for complex litigation and enforcement. Founding and managing partner De La Sierra has published and taught widely on the subject throughout his illustrious career. With a glittering CV, Bleck is “a desirable representative not just in trademarks, but in any IP enforcement and litigation scenario”. For filings, portfolio management and other non-contentious instructions, WTR 1000 debutant and trademark department head Carlos Salazar aims not only to protect clients’ brands, but also to optimise their value.


ClarkeModet has an enviable geographical footprint and operates seamlessly from country to country and practice to practice, providing bespoke IP advice to a multitude of A-list clients. Another key selling point is the cutting-edge technology it has integrated into its services, enabling brand management and enforcement decisions to be made in rapid-fire time. The Mexican contingent is home to more than 80 highly qualified professionals with a nuanced understanding of local and international markets, which makes for percipient management of regional and global portfolios.

De Alva & Asociados

For those seeking creative ways to safeguard and enforce their brands, WTR 1000 debutant De Alva & Asociados is a smart choice. The set takes the time to get to know the business of each client, providing risk-assessed decisions aligned with their ambitions and budgets. Sophisticated systems such as an advanced portfolio watch service and a unique docketing-billing system allow it to deliver 360-degree protection at a sensible price point. A “receptive and cost-effective attorney with deep market knowledge”, Sergio de Alva sets the tone. He and frequent collaborator Luis Gaya work wonders on multifaceted instructions “and can be entrusted with clients’ full branding interests”; among recent highlights, the two handled various trademark issues for Forever 21, including complex prosecution and the successful recovery of its domain name.

Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC

“Dumont provides personalised technical and legal advice with swift response times and in economical packages.” The boutique has enjoyed steady growth thanks to this winning formula: its burgeoning client list includes numerous Fortune 500 companies and it has lately strengthened its ranks with recent hires in the trademark and litigation departments. Astute all-rounder Laura Collada oversees the squad. She is always alive to market developments and knows how best to help clients adapt to Mexico’s evolving legal framework. On prosecution mandates, she is often joined by trademark head Christian Thomae, “a conscientious professional whose counsel always speaks to the client’s business and legal priorities”. They work hard to broker settlement agreements to avoid costly disputes; but when things do get heated, WTR 1000 newbie Israel Escobedo steps up to the plate. Cool, calm and collected in the courtroom, the litigation head is also a crack enforcer and a real asset to the firm’s strong anti-counterfeiting practice.

Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC

For 85 years now, Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados has provided “responsive and proactive wall-to-wall intellectual property counsel”. It is particularly popular among foreign companies looking to gain a foothold in Mexico and the wider region, which benefit from its fine-grained market knowledge and full-bodied support package. First among equals is Enrique Díaz, an esteemed and hardworking professional who has command over numerous significant brand portfolios. When it comes to enforcement and litigation, Díaz receives stellar backup from Guillermo Sosa, who puts in polished performances in trademark infringement and domain name disputes.

Hogan Lovells

A longstanding presence on the Mexican IP scene, Hogan Lovells marries domestic know-how with expansive global reach, making it an ideal choice for multinationals seeking to build competitive, sustainable portfolios; Walmart, Mars and Universal Music Group are among its prestigious clientele. Having actively influenced legislative developments, Bernardo Herrerías Franco is intimately familiar with the national IP regime; he prosecutes applications with finesse, can hammer out the right results in disputes, and coordinates a robust enforcement offering which maintains close and productive relations with customs authorities.


“The deeply experienced team at Iberbrand comes recommended for its prompt service and practical advice in any IP scenario across Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean.” “Excellent foreign alliances” further extend its footprint for the benefit of internationally minded clients. Co-founding partners Diego Rossi, Ana Vargas Ramírez and Gilberto Martínez Maldonado are a formidable trio. Managing partner Rossi makes it his mission to engage on all of the practice’s proceedings, ensuring that a uniform standard of excellence is maintained across the board. Ramírez is both head of international brands and a hard-nosed litigator with a pristine track record in the courtroom. Maldonado takes charge of the trademark and copyright division; a creative problem solver with keen commercial insight, he shines in particular on prosecution and licensing briefs.

Legarreta y Asociados SC

An eminent boutique with specialist corporate and insurance expertise, Legarreta y Asociados SC is a solid choice for multinational clients seeking joined-up IP counsel in Mexico. Luis Legarreta and Fermin Reyes are the key contacts on the trademark front. Drawing on almost 50 years of combined experience, they have a deep playbook of successful branding strategies, which proves effective on both litigation and complex prosecution instructions.

Mcoy Abogados

The IP practitioners at full-service Mcoy Abogados position themselves as true business partners to clients on both the domestic and international stages. Particularly impressive is their smooth navigation of Mexican prosecution procedures, which – complemented by ongoing investment in advanced technologies and systems – makes for enduring portfolio strategies. When litigation looms, however, clients dial up Alejandro Cardenas, “a robust negotiator with a keen eye for detail who pick apart opposing arguments”. The founding partner and IP head receives top-class support on litigation and enforcement issues from Eduardo Miravete Martínez. No one-trick pony, Miravete is also key to the practice’s efficient brand protection output and is an M&A and franchising expert to boot.

Méndez + Cortés SC

Since its inception six years ago, Méndez + Cortés has set itself apart from the competition thanks to its “ability to produce innovative and bespoke strategies in a cost-effective way”. “It is quick to understand the business needs of its clients and delivers upon them in trademark briefs of any kind”. Volkswagen and Facebook are just two of the global titans on its roster; the firm advised the latter on the registration of its famous thumbs-up logo. The key contact for these is Jose-Juan Mendez, an “enormously knowledgeable professional who is pleasant to work with”. The founding partner and general director adopts a “prudent, thorough and foresighted approach” to all branding briefs, although fraught disputes are a forte.

Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa SC

Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa’s eminent IP and entertainment division operates within a dynamic full-service structure, making it ideally placed to satisfy the needs and requirements of brand owners of all stripes. In particular, it makes light work of sophisticated enforcement and litigation – largely thanks to the efforts of founding partner Esteban Gorches Guerrero, whose CV includes numerous game-changing court appearances. Its non-contentious capabilities are not to be underestimated, however, particularly with Ana Esther Urquizo among its ranks. Having spent 20 years building watertight portfolios which last the distance, she makes her well-deserved WTR 1000 debut this year.


Put simply, “OLIVARES is the biggest influencer in Mexican intellectual property”. Its talented team is “strong in all areas and consistently provides exceptional and unique legal insights to companies of all sizes, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies – it is the full package”. Leading from the front is rainmaker Sergio Olivares, whose unwavering commitment to innovation keeps the practice at the vanguard of the market. Having spent some considerable time working in the United States, he understands the gap between the Mexican and international markets like no other. Both he and Antonio Belaunzarán Martínez are versatile practitioners with “extensive skill in both prosecution and litigation”. Alonso Camargo is another gold-tier professional whose unique understanding of European regimes comes in handy when managing the portfolios of many blue-chip brands. Alejandro Luna Fandiño heads the contentious division, captaining a squad of first-rate attorneys – Daniel Sanchez and Abraham Díaz included. The trio are not just trademark litigators, but have many more strings to their bow. Patents, life sciences and pharmaceutical law are happy hunting grounds for the technically proficient Luna Fandiño; Sanchez lectures and publishes extensively on all aspects of IP; while IT and privacy group co-head Díaz has a perceptive take on domain name cases.

Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC

Efficiency, honesty and responsiveness are hallmarks at Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas. An entirely paperless boutique, it continually invests in its internal structures and systems to enhance the seamlessness of its service. It is the preferred choice in Mexico for a plethora of globally renowned clients – not least due to the seasoned and savvy Georgina Esteva, who provides pragmatic, on-point advice on portfolio construction and pre-litigation issues. Liliana Chaveznava heads the copyright unit; with a rich understanding of Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) procedures, she provides further prosecution proficiency and additional expertise on franchising briefs. When it comes to litigation, Mauricio Escoto Martínez de Castro and Filipe Gutierrez are the persons to call. Martínez de Castro’s quick wit and instinctive grasp of courtroom mechanics have seen him rack up win after win; while WTR 1000 neophyte Gutierrez is a vital connection for foreign clients seeking contentious support for both trademark and copyright disputes.

Romo de Vivar V IP Services 

Romo de Vivar V IP Services’ commitment to quality over quantity has continually gained the boutique traction since it set up shop in 2015, and it makes its first WTR 1000 appearance this year as a result. Its partners make a concerted effort to engage on each and every brief that comes through the door, in order to provide high-level insight within the quickest possible turnaround times. Educated in the US, Japan and Ireland, managing partner Vianey Romo de Vivar understands the needs of international clients and has cultivated a strong network of foreign associates and clients, which applaud her as “among the best all-round IP professionals in Mexico”. A shrewd portfolio manager on any scale, she provides “detailed, sophisticated and, most importantly, successful advice, which is always delivered in a friendly manner”.

Santamarina y Steta SC

Another fresh face in this year’s WTR 1000 is Santamarina y Steta, a full-service firm with a “prominent trademark practice in Mexico”. Matching talented IP professionals with sophisticated internal management software, it comes “highly recommended for its efficient counsel, which it dispenses with equal skill on routine instructions and complex prosecution and opposition mandates”. IP scholar and consummate professional José Pablo Pérez Zea oversees proceedings. A “trustworthy advocate who can be relied on to cater for business-crucial assets”, he has been busy obtaining registrations for hospitality company Grupo Posadas; cancelling infringing marks for alcohol producer Constellation Brands; and negotiating a co-existence agreement for a trademark belonging to Kimberly Clark Mexico.

TMI Abogados

“Tsuru Morales Isla is the firm to turn to when trademark matters in Mexico get complex.” Its deep bench of attorneys, engineers and technicians favours the challenging over the routine, which it “always approaches in a pro-business, cost-effective manner”. Founding partner Kiyoshi Tsuru is “wholly committed” to maintaining standards and, as an accomplished litigator himself, has done much to drive the firm’s enforcement division, attracting numerous high-profile anti-counterfeiting instructions. The firm has further strengthened its offering through the recent hire of Irely Aquique. Having spent the last 25 years working at IMPI, “she brings unrivalled knowledge of the processes of the registry in both protection and enforcement scenarios”. Her “responsive counsel” is appreciated by many; as is her “willingness to assess budgets before taking prudent action”. Rodolfo Rangel and Patricio González Granados are further weapons in the team’s arsenal. Rangel provides inspiring leadership in his position as managing partner and is most at home in the courtroom. González is a key contributor to the portfolio protection practice, whose specialised high-tech knowledge also comes to the fore on technology transfer and licensing mandates for players in cutting-edge industries.

Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 

For 115 years, Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff has operated at the forefront of the Mexican IP scene and continues to do so today, with dedicated trademark, licensing, domain name and litigation departments ensuring that all angles are locked down for brand owners. “It is widely known in the market for delivering excellent services across the board and for housing some of the best IP attorneys Mexico has to offer” – none more so than Consuelo González-Rodríguez. With a “tireless work ethic”, the “well-reputed” managing partner “has accumulated extensive knowledge of the field” over decades of practice. Adept across the trademark spectrum, she receives outstanding support in prosecution mandates from Eryck Castillo. Although best known for his thoughtful trademark and domain name portfolio management, his practice also encompasses enforcement – an area in which Saul Santoyo Orozco excels. Captain of the litigation department, Orozco is the architect of several successful enforcement programmes and produces exceptional arguments in complex disputes, oftentimes alongside Xavier Hadad – an advocate of great conviction in his own right. Together, the pair have gone the distance for the likes of PepsiCo and Pumpernickel Associates. Marcela Bolland Gonzalez likewise has a contentious background and is a poised performer in the courtroom, but also builds portfolios that keep one eye on potential litigation risk.

Von Wobeser y Sierra SC

General practice Von Wobeser y Sierra is a prime pick for complex IP cases that spill over into adjacent disciplines. The IP department comprises attorneys and engineers with real technical chops and business savvy – a combination that resonates with blue-chips such as Mars and Gucci. The firm pulled off something of a coup through the recent hire of Patricia Kaim, a multi-talented professional who has brought several Fortune 500 companies onto the client roster. Kaim has really hit the ground running, with recent highlights including hotly contested litigations against Apple. Corporate and IP practitioner Rupert Hüttler exemplifies the firm’s business-minded approach, devising astute prosecution strategies and brokering high-rolling transactions for a slew of multinationals. “Excellent trademark attorney” Silverio Sandate Morales provides support on the most challenging cases and provides “insightful and clear advice” on diverse branding issues.

Other recommended experts

Tomás Arankowsky is a true IP all-rounder with deep regulatory knowledge. A recognised patent expert, he also has first-rate trademark enforcement and portfolio management skills. He operates out of AVA, where Agustín Velázquez is managing partner. Over 30 years of practice, Velázquez has honed his negotiation and transactional nous, which informs his commercially attuned counsel. Rafael Beltrán Rivera takes the reins at boutique Beltrán Fortuny & Beltrán Rivera, which is hailed for its “excellent trademark prosecution service”. At litigation boutique Malpica, Iturbe, Buj y Paredes, IP head and “brilliant trademark strategist” Alvaro Huerta has appeared in some of Mexico’s landmark branding disputes over the past 20 years. Isla Del Campo is a real contender on the Mexican IP market, in large part thanks to seasoned professional Gloria Isla, who handles trademark and patent matters with equal dexterity. Mauricio Jalife Daher is a highly active IP scholar who “provides easy solutions to complex branding problems”. He flies the flag at Jalife Caballero Vázquez & Asociados. “Fernanda Ortiz Monasterio is a responsive professional who maintains exceptional service levels in every facet of intellectual property.” The top-ranked founding partner takes centre stage at boutique Ortiz Monasterio Marcas y Patentes. “An intelligent and robust litigator, Jean Yves Peñalosa Sol La Lande focuses on satisfying the needs of clients in the modern market.” To better achieve this mission, he recently set up his own “cost-effective and dynamic boutique”, ELS - Peñalosa + Donnadieu. Alfredo Pineda Nieto is an enforcement ace with a stellar track record in the fight against fakes. He co-leads the litigation division of fresh boutique Axkati Legal. Heading the IP practice at Noriega y Escobedo, Alfredo Rangel is an eminent figure on the market who has written and spoken extensively on the subject throughout an illustrious career. With four decades in the game, Rangel & Rangel’s Horacio Rangel-Ortiz is one of the best-informed professionals on the market – his “dynamic and broad-scoped legal knowledge” covers all bases of intellectual property. The cosmopolitan Alejandro Rossi is fluent in Spanish, English, French and Italian, and has practised extensively in Europe, making him an ideal contact for brand holders with cross-continental interests. He plies his trade at Gonzalez Rossi & Asociados SC. “Gilberto Sanchez is approachable, responsive and flexible on prices, and possesses an excellent work ethic.” He is managing partner at boutique Specific IP.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Juan Carlos Amaro - Becerril Coca & Becerril SC 
  • Roberto Arochi - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Adolfo Athié Athie Cervantes - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Antonio Belaunzarán Martínez - OLIVARES
  • María Teresa Eljure - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Esteban Gorches Guerrero - Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa SC
  • Heidi Lindner - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Martín Michaus - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Saul Santoyo Orozco - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Kiyoshi Tsuru - TMI Abogados
  • Eduardo Birman Ripstein - Birman Guakil Wolff Legal
  • Marcela Bolland Gonzalez - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Alejandro Cardenas E - Mcoy Abogados
  • Eduardo Castañeda M - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Laura Collada - Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC
  • Abraham Díaz - Olivares
  • Enrique A Díaz - Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC
  • Mauricio Escoto Martínez de Castro - Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC
  • Carlos Hernández - Becerril Coca & Becerril SC
  • Bernardo Herrerías Franco - Hogan Lovells
  • Pablo Hooper - Gonzalez Calvillo SC
  • Alvaro Huerta - Malpica, Iturbe, Buj y Paredes
  • Alberto Huerta Bleck - Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Luis Legarreta - Legarreta y Asociados SC
  • Jorge León - C&L Attorneys SC
  • Alejandro Luna Fandiño - Olivares
  • Jose-Juan Mendez - Méndez + Cortés SC
  • Eduardo Miravete Martínez - Mcoy Abogados
  • Sergio L Olivares Jr - Olivares
  • Jean Yves Peñalosa Sol La Lande - ELS - Peñalosa + Donnadieu
  • Carlos Pérez De La Sierra - Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Horacio Rangel-Ortiz - Rangel & Rangel
  • Fernando Robles Pesqueira - Baker McKenzie
  • Diego G Rossi - IBERBRAND SC
  • Daniel Sanchez - Olivares
  • Inti Alva - BGAL Asociados
  • Tomás Arankowsky - AVA
  • Carlos Davila-Peniche - Baker McKenzie
  • Sergio de Alva - De Alva & Asociados
  • Aldo de Landa - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Véronique Durand Rettally - Baker McKenzie
  • Israel Escobedo - Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC
  • Luis Gaya - De Alva & Asociados
  • Patricio González Granados - TMI Abogados
  • Filipe Gutierrez - Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas
  • Xavier Hadad - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Xavier Hadad - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Patricia Kaim - Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC
  • Diana Karina Martínez - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • José Pablo Pérez Zea - Santamarina y Steta SC
  • Alfredo Pineda Nieto - Axkati Legal SC
  • Rodolfo Rangel - TMI Abogados
  • Fermin Reyes - Legarreta y Asociados SC
  • Carlos Salazar - Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Guillermo Sosa - Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC
  • Ana L Vargas Ramírez - IBERBRAND SC
  • Sergio Velazquez - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Agustín Velázquez GL - AVA

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Antonio Belaunzarán Martínez - OLIVARES
  • Alonso Camargo Camargo Sordo - OLIVARES
  • Enrique A Díaz - Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC
  • María Teresa Eljure - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Georgina Esteva - Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC
  • Eduardo Kleinberg D Kleinberg Druker - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Martín Michaus - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Sergio L Olivares Jr - Olivares
  • Fernanda Ortiz Monasterio - Ortiz Monasterio Marcas y Patentes
  • Victor M Adames - Becerril Coca & Becerril SC
  • Eduardo Birman Ripstein - Birman Guakil Wolff Legal
  • Ana Castaneda - C&L Attorneys SC
  • Eryck Castillo - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Liliana Chaveznava - Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC
  • Laura Collada - Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC
  • Consuelo González-Rodríguez - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Juan Carlos Hernández - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Bernardo Herrerías Franco - Hogan Lovells
  • José Hinojosa - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Pablo Hooper - Gonzalez Calvillo SC
  • Gloria G Isla - Isla Del Campo SC
  • Eduardo Miravete Martínez - Mcoy Abogados
  • Alfredo Rangel - Noriega y Escobedo
  • Horacio Rangel-Ortiz - Rangel & Rangel
  • Vianey Romo de Vivar - Romo de Vivar V IP Services 
  • Diego G Rossi - IBERBRAND SC
  • Kiyoshi Tsuru - TMI Abogados
  • Inti Alva - BGAL Asociados
  • Rafael Beltrán Rivera - Beltrán Fortuny & Beltrán Rivera
  • Flor Bermudez - BGAL Asociados
  • Marcela Bolland Gonzalez - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff SC 
  • Sergio de Alva - De Alva & Asociados
  • Ana Esther Urquizo - Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa SC
  • Luis Gaya - De Alva & Asociados
  • Rupert Hüttler - Von Wobeser y Sierra SC
  • Mauricio Jalife Daher - Jalife Caballero Vázquez & Asociados
  • Patricia Kaim - Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC
  • Gresly Marcano - Baker McKenzie
  • Gilberto Martínez Maldonado - IBERBRAND SC
  • José Pablo Pérez Zea - Santamarina y Steta SC
  • Alejandro Rossi - Gonzalez Rossi & Asociados SC
  • Gilberto Sanchez - Specific IP SC
  • Silverio Sandate Morales - Von Wobeser y Sierra SC
  • Christian Thomae - Dumont Bergman Bider & Co SC