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Intellectual Property : Acknowledgment by Legal 500

The UK-based rating and research company, Legal 500, which evaluates law firms and lawyers from around the world for its publications, has included our law firm in its annual Intellectual Property rankings and guides.

According to Legal 500,

Reconocimiento en Propiedad Intelectual y Derecho Tributario

Meythaler & Zambrano Abogados fields a capable team for licensing, trade mark registering and regulatory issues, with additional specialisation in the defence of pharmaceutical patents and damages in relation to patent and copyright infringements. Litigation is another area of focus for the team, which is led by dispute resolution expert José Meythaler and associate Sebastián Meythaler, a key contact for contentious matters. Additional standout practitioners include Margarita Zambrano, who spearheads the practice’s non-contentious offering, with a focus on IP licensing in particular, and Maricruz Cepeda, who often leads on patent litigation.

Practice head(s): José Meythaler Baquero; Sebastián Meythaler


‘They demonstrated the success of their strategy which allowed us to achieve the results we were looking for. They made timely decisions and demonstrated their technical prowess and knowledge at all times.’
‘The strongest thing about this team is their knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry and the knowledge of the relevant authorities in the country.’
‘The intellectual property department won a trade mark case for my company. Their extensive knowledge and their strategy allowed this victory.’

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