Since its foundation in 1987, Jalife, Caballero y Asociados has been providing legal and technical solutions of the highest quality, performed by specialized professionals that support various fields.
Jalife Caballero remains mainly dedicating his practice to safeguard intellectual capital assets, from prosecuting and protecting trademarks, patents, trade secrets, copyrights, neighboring rights, entertainment and media industry law, advertising and technological legal compliance, legal counsel concerning franchise law, antitrust, trade regulation and competition legal landscapes, proactive advocacy and legal representation in criminal allegations, administrative and civil litigation for seizures, customs remedies and preliminary injunctions and interfaces with law enforcement in prosecutions of intellectual property crimes or infringements.
Our firm has developed a vast network of associate offices in all major cities of the Mexican Republic and abroad, where we have developed strong relationships and alliances throughout the world with leading firms and practitioners specifically involved in intellectual property and antitrust/competition law matters.
Currently, we advise and proudly represent more than 1,600 domestic and foreign clients, mainly within industrial property and copyright disciplines, over which our partners and associates hold considerable degrees of achievements and distinctive qualities that portray our services over usual legal practice and general course of action, to accurately assist operations of our clients along with Marketing and R&D, and up to Sales and Corporate Finance in IP related matters.
Within the international and academic sectors, Mauricio Jalife has been appointed in various controversies as sole panelist and as official arbitrator by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) through the Arbitration and Mediation Center since the year 2002, and is the author of five books focused on industrial property matters, and of more than 800 articles. Mr. Jalife has been Professor of intellectual property law at the Universidad Panamericana, at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), and at the Instituto de la Propiedad Intelectual y Derecho de la Competencia (IPIDEC); Mr. Jalife has also been invited as visiting professor at the George Washington University in the United States, and at the Universities of Alicante and Toledo in Spain.
Furthermore, since 2002 José Luis Caballero has been within the expert legal advisors and lecturer of UNESCO’s Centro Regional para el Fomento del Libro en América Latina y el Caribe (CERLALC), and of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Copyright issues. Mr. Caballero is the author of two books as well as of numerous dissertations and articles published in legal specialized magazines in Mexico and abroad. He teaches at Specialty and Master programs in Copyright Law at the Universidad Panamericana and at the Instituto de la Propiedad Intelectual y Derecho de la Competencia (IPIDEC), teaching professorship annually of Copyright Law at the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas in Madrid, and at the Universidad Carlos III in Getafe, Spain.
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