Flavio Arosemena Burbano, LL.M.
Founder and President of AB&A, Mr. Arosemena is one of the most well-known Intellectual Property attorneys in the country, having led the development of the IP field in Guayaquil (the biggest city of Ecuador and its "economic capital") through more than 15 years of specialized practice. He has both an “Attorney at Law” and a “Specialist in Intellectual Property Law” degrees from the Catholic University of Guayaquil, and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from Georgetown University.
He is the author of the book “Right of Author for Authors and Executives” (IEPI, 2011).
Mr. Arosemena professional legal practice includes trademark, copyrights and patents, as well as franchises, valuation, unfair competition and publicity rights.
Languages: Spanish (first language) and English (professional level).
Practice Areas: Intellectual Property Law, Franchise Law, Competition Law, Publicity Rights.
– Colegio de Abogados del Guayas (Ecuador)
– Foro de Abogados (Ecuador)
– Ecuadorian Intellectual Property Association
– Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property