CENTRAL LAW appoints Regional Intellectual Property Director

CENTRAL LAW appoints Regional Intellectual Property Director

In its last Board Meeting, CENTRAL LAW has appointed Yolianna Arosemena Benedetti as the new Regional IP Director. The appointment is effective since June 1st for the period 2019/2020.

Yolianna Arosemena Benedetti is a partner of the firm and a key player in Intellectual Property in Panama with an international trajectory of many years and studies abroad. She will be in charge of representing the firm in the Intellectual Property area and of coordinating related legal matters asked by our clients in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panamá and also in the areas of Health registries, Patents, Copyright, Litigation, etc.

Rafael Quirós, Chairman of the firm’s Board, says that this appointment is the result of the international work that Yolianna has been doing in Intellectual Property, achievements that will definitely will add value to CENTRAL LAW and its clients.

Yolianna is a graduate lawyer of the Universidad Santa María La Antigua in Panamá (LL.B., 1998), has obtained a Master in Laws with emphasis in Intellectual Property Law at the University of New Hampshire-Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire, United States, in 1999. She is a member of the Panamanian Bar, Interamerican Intellectual Property Association (ASIPI), International Trademark Association (INTA) and the Intellectual Property Panamanian Association. She is a regular author of IP articles and has been recently elected as National Delegate of ASIPI in Panama.

CENTRAL LAW is a full- service law firm born in 2003 which under the premise “Your international Central American firm” specializes in corporate law advising individuals and companies in the development of their business in the region.-

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