Mexican industrial property law changed a great deal in 2018: filing evidence of use between the second and third year of trademark registrations became mandatory; non-traditional trademarks and geographical indications became accepted; and a more robust opposition system was implemented at the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), obliging IMPI officers to consider oppositions fully and discuss their merits. In addition, a new IMPI head was appointed following the 2018 general election, who has expressed a great interest in improving protection of denominations of origin and Mexican communities’ numerous geographical indications. These changes and plans come in the wake of Mexico’s accession to the Madrid protocol in 2012, which has transformed local practice – on the one hand, by significantly commoditising trademark prosecution, on the other, by increasing overall market specialisation in response to such commoditisation. At present, leading Mexican IP boutiques and practices are adapting to the new laws and trends, moving away from filing to contentious and more specialised IP work.


Arochi & Lindner SC

A “longstanding and reliable firm of extremely prompt and efficient services”, the highly regarded Arochi & Lindner is the gold standard for IP practice in Latin America. Successfully covering the full spectrum of IP matters, the stellar team “keeps exceeding expectations” due to its diligence and the quality of its advice, shining particularly brightly for its enforcement and litigation work – the boutique’s speciality. Leading the outfit by example, managing partner Roberto Arochi is a Latin America-wide authority in anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy, being described by international connections as “the leading trademark attorney in Mexico”. Not only a beast in court, where he has recently secured victories for clients in the fashion and food industries, he also “provides advice of the highest calibre, seeing each problem from all different angles possible”. Equally talented in litigation and enforcement, Heidi Lindner is a patent heavyweight who knows the IP market like no one else, providing valuable strategic insights into trademark and copyright cases. Head of IP enforcement at the outfit’s Mexican office, Diana Karina Martínez has an excellent track record of taking down counterfeiters and pirates, as does rising star Aldo de Landa, who has successfully litigated numerous infringement cases and complex disputes. Bridging the contentious/non-contentious divide, María Teresa Eljure is another key contact, operating on both sides of the IP scale and ensuring the trademark department runs smoothly on all fronts.

Baker McKenzie Abogados, SC 

With offices dotted all over the world, Baker McKenzie Abogados’ global reach has no match in the Mexican landscape. The outfit’s strong international presence is far from its only asset however; in fact, the team’s “assertive, practical, business driven and wide-ranging” IP service is what makes it really stands out. Headed by three all-round professionals – Sergio Legorreta, Véronique Durand Rettally and Fernando Robles Pesqueira – the ensemble combines “timely deliverables” with the “ability to settle cases through negotiation, rather than time and money-consuming litigation”. Mexico City-based technology expert Legorreta and franchise guru Durand Rettally share a knack for tackling complex IP matters and often join forces in the trademark sphere, having recently obtained the registration for Hasbro’s first ever scent mark in Mexico. Operating out of Guadalajara, Robles Pesqueira has strong litigation and unfair competition skills and is one of the city’s top IP figures, making frequent appearances in local media. Together, the trio builds “close partnerships with clients” – Tommy Hilfiger, Twitter and HSBC included – and receives exceptional recommendations for the “helpful and friendly demeanours” of its members.

Basham, Ringe y Correa SC 

One of “Mexico’s finest”, full-service Basham, Ringe y Correa has excelled across all legal sectors for over a century, enjoying an enviable reputation in Mexico and the wider Latin American region. When it comes to intellectual property, this excellence is consistently delivered through the firm’s prosecution, licensing and litigation activities thanks to the wealth of talent that the boutique has managed to assemble. Martín Michaus and Eduardo Kleinberg are key players in the practice, enthusiastically recommended by competitors for their unique litigation style. One opponent comments: “Litigating against them is a delight. They are very technically savvy and elevate each discussion with their gentle manners; there is no hint of aggression in their approach, just pure knowledge.” Joining them on the contentious front, all-rounders Adolfo Athié and Eduardo Castañeda both perform exquisitely in court – Athié comfortably arguing on IP, privacy and data protection matters, Castañeda distinguishing himself in administrative litigation. On the non-contentious side, José Hinojosa, Juan Carlos Hernández and Jorge Vega take the reins, being equally skilled in all aspects of trademark and copyright prosecution.

Becerril Coca & Becerril SC

Placing innovation at the heart of its practice, Becerril Coca & Becerril does not hesitate when IP matters come its way. Boasting a well-known and first-class patent prosecution practice – highly recommended in the IAM Patent 1000 2019 – the IP ensemble also fares well on the trademark front, receiving glowing endorsements from both domestic and international peers. Captaining the ship, Juan Carlos Amaro receives the majority of such positive feedback, being described as “one of Mexico’s best IP litigators”. An opponent comments: “I’ve had cases against him on some occasions and worked by his side in others. He is a top IP litigator and really knows his way around the field.” IP litigation head Carlos Hernández and trademark and copyright lead Victor Adames also operate flawlessly in the courtroom, knowing when to turn up the heat and when to dial it back.

Birman Guakil Wolff Legal

“A 9 out of 10” – according to a patron – Birman Guakil Wolff Legal “guides clients through the ups and downs of their trademark application processes” and will not rest until a satisfactory result is achieved. Strongly recommended for its “strategic advice, complete transparency and personalised approach”, the outfit represents brands in “very complex counterfeiting matters and always goes the extra mile to provide cost-effective, responsive and complete IP services that are both legally and business savvy”. Running the show is Eduardo Birman Ripstein, a “very clever, resourceful, top strategist with a knack for negotiation”.

C&L Attorneys, SC 

“An innovative firm devoted to producing results aligned with clients’ needs, C&L Attorneys never fails to impress. The back-office staff are impeccable when it comes to trademark maintenance and billing, while the attorneys are always prompt and accurate in their responses.” Unreservedly recommended by brand owners from all over the world, the IP boutique’s trademark practice is alive and well, growing progressively each year and routinely scoring wins at both the trademark office and the federal court. Leading by example, Jorge León and Ana Castañeda work in tandem to “make life easy for clients”. “Straightforward and pro-business in his approach, León always puts the client first and seeks solutions, rather than running up costs. A consistently outstanding and solid business partner, he methodically lays out all options and likelihood of success in trademark cases,” helping patrons to make fully informed decisions. Also “extremely responsive”, Castaneda is “whole-heartedly recommended for her very practical advice, which makes clients’ lives easy”.

Calderón & De La Sierra

From a trademark agency to an end-to-end IP boutique, Calderón & De La Sierra has expanded significantly over 38 years of practice. Such growth has not affected its aims, however; on the contrary, the firm’s commitment to protecting innovation remains clear and new areas – such as the regulatory and commercial groups – have been added to ensure this takes place on all fronts. The brains behind the operation, founding and managing partner Carlos Pérez De La Sierra, lives and breathes intellectual property, operating unwaveringly on both sides of the contentious/non-contentious divide. For IP enforcement and litigation, “clients will want to ensure Alberto Huerta Bleck is on their side of the case”; “a top trademark litigator”, he sees the bigger picture and always finds the winning argument in each dispute.


In Mexico’s highly competitive trademark landscape, Dumont beats the odds with its cost-effective, transparent and responsive service. Adding value with its pertinent advice and deep technical expertise, the highly specialised IP boutique delivers top trademark services on both sides of the contentious/non-contentious divide, serving clients of the calibre of Antonio Puig and pharma giant Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH. Expert Laura Collada sets the group’s direction, ensuring that “deep and appropriate analysis is provided on each case”. Recently, she has devoted herself to promoting the Madrid system among patrons, crafting personalised strategies to help them maximise the value of their intangibles. Head of trademarks Christian Thomae also takes a leading role in these endeavours, “adapting his approach to each file and client” and operating flawlessly in both trademark litigation and strategic work.

Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC

Operating since 1934, full-service firm Goodrich has become a reference point in the Mexican IP sphere, standing out for its “consistently cost-effective, practical and efficient advice”. Led by the “hardworking overachiever” Enrique Díaz – the IP practice’s engine, who attracts patrons with his never-ending energy – the team delivers “highly responsive and proactive” services across all IP areas, having successfully acquired numerous top IP portfolios in recent years. Joining Díaz on the litigation and enforcement fronts, Guillermo Sosa is a rising star of Mexican intellectual property and has a knack for arguing IP matters before the country’s various government authorities.

Hogan Lovells BSTL SC

Hogan Lovells’ Mexican IP practice does wonders in client services, “balancing affordable costs, quality work and unparalleled responsiveness”. Backed by full-service capabilities, the group delivers bean to cup IP services to an impressive list of blue-chip companies, including Walmart, Mars and Mitsubishi. Team captain and all-rounder Bernardo Herrerías Franco coordinates these efforts, using his bird’s eye view of intellectual property to provide practical resolutions in each matter. With numerous years of experience in the field, he has unique knowledge of the market and supports clients with all of their trademark and copyright matters, from litigation to transactional deals.


Boasting a “deep bench of experienced practitioners well versed in all aspects of IP law”, IP-exclusive IBERBRAND fully grasps each jurisdiction’s legal intricacies, advising clients across the whole of Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean. As a result, brand owners never think twice about approaching it for cross-country trademark work and the outfit has grown significantly over the past two decades – on this front and overall. Steering the ship, the well-connected Diego Rossi has seen it all in the IP sphere, capitalising on over 25 years’ experience to efficiently supervise and engage with virtually all of the firm’s cases. For trademark and copyright prosecution, Gilberto Martínez Maldonado is the name to call. On top of filings and searches, he advises brand owners on commercialisation and licensing matters. When disputes arise, the “outstanding” Ana Vargas Ramírez takes control, preparing efficient enforcement plans that get the job done without breaking the bank.

Legarreta y Asociados SC

A popular choice for international clients – especially those in the technology, cosmetics, food, fashion and pharmaceutical industries – IP boutique Legarreta y Asociados SC is a “trusted partner in Mexico” for both litigious and prosecution matters. As proof of such, the company is trusted by the multinational technology giant Amazon, for whom it has recently achieved the registration of a trademark concerning its famous Alexa product. The “wonderful” Luis Legarreta and Fermin Reyes are the two IP all-rounders behind this success. “Ultra-responsive and personable, their approach is tried and tested” and patrons express great satisfaction with the results that they routinely achieve in the trademark area.

Mcoy Abogados

Clients “cannot say good enough things about Mcoy Abogados’ service”. One enthuses: “Mcoy has become our preferred Mexican law firm and one of our favourite outfits worldwide. It assists us with trademark enforcement and prosecution projects, and we have been absolutely thrilled with its service and results.” The “efficient and proactive” team, led by IP experts Eduardo Miravete and Alejandro Cardenas, crafts top-notch brand protection strategies that can last the distance, “communicating issues and options in practical and easy-to-understand terms”. “Business-oriented and extremely knowledgeable in trademark law”, Miravete operates flawlessly on both sides of the contentious/non-contentious divide, “efficiently navigating Mexican registration and enforcement processes”. Cardenas focuses primarily on enforcement and litigation matters and is described as “a brilliant strategist and litigator”. One competitor calls him “the best IP litigator in the country, by far”, highlighting his “practical approach and excellent advice”.

Méndez + Cortés SC

An established IP boutique, Méndez + Cortés boasts a well-rounded team of lawyers, engineers and translators capable of tackling any IP matter that comes their way. Not only “highly experienced”, its staff members also show “strong leadership skills and always conduct themselves with the highest ethical, professional and technical standards”. Co-leading the practice, Jose-Juan Mendez is described as a “top litigator and one of the best IP lawyers in Mexico”, receiving warm recommendations from both domestic and international connections.

Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa SC

Full-service firm Müggenburg, Gorches y Peñalosa “knows the IP business, the legal industry and the way companies operate in the Mexican market like no one”, offering first-class services across the full IP gamut. Nevertheless, the ensemble shines brightest for its enforcement, anti-counterfeiting and complex litigation capabilities and its IP and entertainment practice remains among Mexico’s best at tackling unprecedented and complicated cases, in large part thanks to Esteban Gorches Guerrero’s outstanding litigation capabilities. A highly admired IP veteran, he uses his vast experience and unparalleled strategic skills to “solve the most critical of matters”, doing so in ways that “fully align with clients’ business needs”.


Described by one client as by “far and away the best IP firm in Mexico”, 50-year-old boutique OLIVARES remains the best IP practice in the region. Providing quality standards with its flawless service delivery, the outfit provides exemplary IP work carefully crafted by its rock solid group of attorneys and engineers. The crew’s captain, innovation enthusiast Sergio Olivares, successfully navigates the ship through new IP trends and developments, pushing for the creation of new practices and industry groups to give patrons the most comprehensive service possible. “A big influencer in Mexico’s IP scene”, “very focused and straight-forward” trademark expert Antonio Belaunzarán Martínez “keeps things competitive in the market, always striving to achieve the best results for clients and staying on top of all industry trends”. Crossing the t’s and dotting the i’s in the trademark prosecution sphere, Alonso Camargo handles some of the top accounts and has led precedent-setting cases more than once. On the litigation front, the “fantastic” Alejandro Luna Fandiño, Abraham Díaz and Daniel Sanchez take the lead. Litigation department coordinator Luna Fandiño knows the IP field like the back of his hand, having contributed significantly to updating of Mexico’s IP system. An all-rounder, Díaz keeps active practices in all IP and adjacent areas, from trademarks and copyrights to internet and data privacy matters. Sanchezco-chairs the litigation team and is a titan of administrative and regulatory disputes, demonstrating “incredible ability to design and execute strategies in trademark conflicts with government agencies”.

Panamericana de Patentes y Marcas SC

Panamericana has provided innovators with bulletproof protection of their trademarks and patents in Mexico for almost 80 years, diligently assisting them through the registration, defence and enforcement of their rights. Doing so “intelligently, timely and pragmatically”, Georgina Esteva successfully steers the trademark prosecution practice, receiving high praise for her “eclectic knowledge base”. Mauricio Escoto Martínez de Castro, “one of Mexico’s most renowned IP authors and lecturers”, takes good care of the boutique’s litigation department, ensuring that a “quick and clear service” is delivered all year round.

TMI Abogados SC

“A modern company that truly cares about people,” TMI Abogados places its clients’ needs at the heart of its IP activities and it shows – the outfit fights tooth and nail in court and achieves impressive results, even when all may seem lost. Technology and innovation-focused, the boutique is a pioneer in the famous and well-known marks’ space and also performs impecabbly in the entertainment sphere. Anchoring the practice, Kiyoshi Tsuru Alberú helps patrons with the “most critical, important and material issues concerning their IP assets”, exceeding their expectations with his “extraordinary negotiation skills and deep knowledge of IP regulations around the world”. Frequently partnering with him in both portfolio management and complex litigations, Patricio González is an indispensable contact for brands wanting to register and enforce well-known and famous trademarks, offering a “friendly, precise and complete” service that always gets the job done. Rodolfo Rangel steps in when administrative and constitutional litigations ensue, possessing an impressive track record of court victories in unfair competition, franchising and licensing disputes.

Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff, SC 

The centenarian Uhthoff may have been on the IP market for longer than several of its competitors combined, but nothing about its practice feels old-fashioned. On the contrary, the IP boutique keeps expanding in line with market developments, having recently added a life sciences group to advise patrons on all aspects of health law. When it comes to trademarks, Consuelo González-Rodríguez is the queen. “Extremely nice and approachable, she’s been in the business for more than 30 years and knows how to play the game, often successfully solving matters outside the court.” Next in line is Eryck Castillo, “a highly proactive and client-oriented attorney who maintains outstanding relationships with clients” and popular choice for trademark and domain name portfolio management. Enforcement guru Saul Santoyo Orozco leads the litigation group, coordinating a stellar team of top-notch attorneys – Xavier Hadad and Marcela Bolland Gonzalez included. A new addition to the WTR 1000 this year, Hadad is a “sharp litigator who performs fantastically in complicated IP cases”. To quote a competitor: “Having Xavier as an opponent is synonymous with trialling a tough case. He pushes you outside of your comfort zone and really forces you to come up with creative arguments and strategies. He’s fantastic.” Bolland Gonzalez is “personable, approachable and accessible” and “easy to pick up the phone to”, inspiring confidence with her “business-oriented trademark counselling and protection”.

Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC

“Very conscientious, responsive and efficient, Von Wobeser and Sierra provides great service at great rates.” Despite covering an array of legal areas, the mid-sized commercial outfit boasts a particularly robust IP practice, highly praised for its attorneys’ “splendid technical mastery and detailed analysis of cases”. The business savvy Rupert Hüttler embodies these skills and abilities; “a trusted advisor” to Fortune 500 companies and other leading institutions, he combines extensive corporate wisdom with bottomless IP knowledge. A new name in the WTR 1000 this year, all-rounder Silverio Sandate Morales joins the guide on the back of outstanding feedback. One patron enthuses: “He is an extraordinary lawyer, specialised in copyright and trademark issues up to a level that is uncommon in Mexico. His advice is clear, his responses prompt and he is always willing to help us find creative solutions for our cases.” Another comments: “Silverio is a trusted business partner, highly competent in all areas of trademark clearance, filing, prosecution and enforcement. Not only does he possess exceptional legal abilities, he also has top language and people skills, which make him very easy to deal with.”

Other recommended experts

At BGAL Asociados, “exceptional” Inti Alva and Flor Bermudez are highly appreciated for their “efficient advice on complex IP matters” and their “high levels of reactivity, pro-activity and cost-effectiveness”. Rafael Beltrán Rivera “has a fantastic list of clients to whom he delivers very good, quick and personalised service at affordable prices” – he can be found at Beltrán Fortuny & Beltrán Rivera. “A go-to lawyer for patent and trademark work in Mexico”, De Alva & Asociados’ Sergio de Alva is “prompt, knowledgeable and able to work under strict deadlines, having built a solid reputation in the local marketplace”. At González Calvillo SC, “great problem-solver” Pablo Hooper “has superb language skills, is open to alternative strategies and is always available to answer clients’ questions, replying with detail and timeliness”. “Combining a deep, founded understanding of IP and trademark law with solid professionalism”, Malpica, Iturbe, Buj y Paredes’ Alvaro Huerta garners jaw-dropping recommendations from patrons, who attest to his “accurate analysis of all IP issues, creative approach and ability to correctly predict the outcome of contentious proceedings”. With over 35 years’ experience in the field, Isla Del Campo SC’s Gloria Isla “has all the experience in the world”, possessing notable expertise in all aspects of trademark and patent work. Mauricio Jalife Daher is a “very disciplined and skilled attorney with a great understanding of intellectual property and business intricacies” – he leads the practice at Jalife Caballero Vázquez & Asociados. At Ortiz Monasterio Marcas y Patentes, “detailed-oriented and highly experienced” Fernanda Ortiz Monasterio provides “prompt, upfront and sound advice on all aspects of IP law”, from trademark and copyrights prosecution to enforcement and litigation. Formerly based at Hogan Lovells, Alfredo Pineda Nieto has recently joined Axkati Legal, bringing a wealth of experience in litigation and enforcement to the up-and-coming IP boutique. “One of the most prominent figures in the legal profession, academia and legislative practice in Mexico”, Alfredo Rangel heads Noriega y Escobedo’s IP group, maintaining “a strong practice in trademarks and all other IP fields”. With nearly 40 years’ experience in the field, Rangel & Rangel’s Horacio Rangel-Ortiz is a renowned author, lecturer and practitioner with an encyclopaedic knowledge of all matters related to intellectual property. “A maverick with amazing entrepreneurial spirit”, Vianey Romo de Vivar of Romo de Vivar V IP Services is “an outstanding attorney who performs admirably on all aspects of trademark work. Legally educated in both Mexico and the United States, she has an excellent understanding of what American clients want and how best to achieve their goals in Mexico – a significant advantage over other attorneys in the country.” Specific IP’s managing partner, Gilberto Sanchez spent a significant part of his career at the Mexican registry and knows the office’s proceedings and ways of thinking like no one else. AVA’s managing partner Agustín Velázquez is a specialist in all dispute resolution mechanisms, keeping active practices in IP mediation, arbitration and administrative litigation.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Juan Carlos Amaro - Becerril Coca & Becerril SC
  • Roberto Arochi - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Adolfo Athié - 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 
  • Eduardo Birman Ripstein - Birman Guakil Wolff Legal
  • Marcela Bolland Gonzalez - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff, SC 
  • Alejandro Cardenas E - Mcoy Abogados
  • Laura Collada - Dumont 
  • 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 BSTL SC
  • Pablo Hooper - González Calvillo SC
  • Alvaro Huerta - Malpica, Iturbe, Buj y Paredes
  • Alberto Huerta Bleck - Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Luis Legarreta - Legarreta y Asociados SC
  • Sergio Legorreta - Baker McKenzie Abogados, SC
  • Jorge León - C&L Attorneys, SC 
  • Alejandro Luna Fandiño - OLIVARES
  • Jose-Juan Mendez - Méndez + Cortés SC
  • Eduardo Miravete M - Mcoy Abogados
  • Sergio L Olivares Jr - OLIVARES
  • Carlos Pérez De La Sierra - Calderón & De La Sierra
  • Horacio Rangel-Ortiz - Rangel & Rangel
  • Diego G Rossi - IBERBRAND SC
  • Daniel Sanchez - OLIVARES
  • Kiyoshi Tsuru Alberú - TMI Abogados SC
  • Eduardo Castañeda M - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Sergio de Alva - De Alva & Asociados
  • Aldo de Landa - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Véronique Durand Rettally - Baker McKenzie Abogados, SC
  • Patricio González - TMI Abogados SC
  • Xavier Hadad - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff, SC 
  • Diana Karina Martínez - Arochi & Lindner SC
  • Alfredo Pineda Nieto - Axkati Legal SC
  • Rodolfo Rangel - TMI Abogados SC
  • Fermin Reyes - Legarreta y Asociados SC
  • Fernando Robles Pesqueira - Baker McKenzie Abogados, SC
  • Guillermo Sosa - Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados AC
  • Ana L Vargas Ramírez - IBERBRAND SC
  • Agustín Velázquez GL - AVA

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Antonio Belaunzarán Martínez - OLIVARES
  • Alonso Camargo - 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 - 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 Castañeda - C&L Attorneys, SC 
  • Eryck Castillo - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff, SC 
  • Laura Collada - Dumont 
  • Consuelo González-Rodríguez - Uhthoff, Gómez Vega & Uhthoff, SC 
  • Juan Carlos Hernández - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Bernardo Herrerías Franco - Hogan Lovells BSTL SC
  • José Hinojosa - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • Pablo Hooper - González Calvillo SC
  • Gloria G Isla - Isla Del Campo SC
  • Eduardo Miravete M - Mcoy Abogados
  • Alfredo Rangel - Noriega y Escobedo
  • Horacio Rangel-Ortiz - Rangel & Rangel
  • Vianey Romo de Vivar - Romo de Vivar V IP Services, SC 
  • Diego G Rossi - IBERBRAND SC
  • Jorge Vega - Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
  • 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
  • Rupert Hüttler - Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC
  • Mauricio Jalife Daher - Jalife Caballero Vázquez & Asociados
  • Gilberto Martínez Maldonado - IBERBRAND SC
  • Gilberto Sanchez - Specific IP SC
  • Silverio Sandate Morales - Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC
  • Christian Thomae - Dumont 
  • Kiyoshi Tsuru Alberú - TMI Abogados SC