Law degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He carried out postgraduate studies in copyright at the headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva Switzerland, at the International Law Institute of Georgetown University in Washington D.C., and at the Queen Mary and Westfield college of the
University of London. The Panamerican University awarded him in 2007 with the academic degree of Specialist in Intellectual and Industrial Property Law.
Partner of jalife|caballero® law firm specialized in Intellectual Property and Corporate matters.
Co-author of a book on Jingles and Copyrights and countless articles, essays and studies published in various books, notebooks and magazines specializing in the subject. Author of the book “Copyright for Authors” published by the Regional Centre for Book Development in Latin America CERLALC, the Fund for Economic and Book Culture; and Editorial Coordinator of the book “Studies on Copyright and Industrial Property” Homage to José Luis Caballero Cárdenas published by Editorial Porrua.
He is a professor of Copyright in the master’s degree program in Corporate Law at the Panamerican University, Mexico.
He is a copyright professor in the Specialization of Copyright from the Institute of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IPIDEC).
He is copyright professor in the master’s degree in Intellectual Property Law at the Pontifical University of Comillas in Madrid, Spain.
He has given numerous conferences on copyright and related rights in universities in the country and abroad, providing training in these subject to judges, magistrates and prosecutors in Latin America and the Caribbean.
He is a consultant to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and a lecturer on copyright and related rights at the Cooperation Program for Development matters for Latin America and the Caribbean.
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