Gabriela Tejada de Britton is a standout lawyer who excels in a variety of matters in the IP space, such as industrial design, trademarks and domain names.
Gabriela joined Icaza, González-Ruiz & Alemán as an associate in 1990. 10 years later, she became partner and head of the IP department.
She has law degree from the University Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama (1989), and a Master of Advanced Studies degree in general private law from the University of Paris Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) (1990).
Her professional practice concentrates on contracts and IP, with extensive legal experience in patents, trademarks and geographical indications. She advises clients in the pharmaceutical, tobacco, consumer, luxury, and food and beverage industries.
She is a director of the Panamanian Association of Intellectual Property Law (APADEPI) and in this role has made an active contribution to the development of the Panamanian IP law and regulations.
Gabriela is a member of the Panama Bar Association and the Inter-American Association of Industrial Property (ASIPI).
Chambers Global, Managing Intellectual Property, World Trademark Review and Marcasur have all recognised Mrs Tejada de Britton as a leading lawyer in intellectual property.
She speaks Spanish, English and French.