Juan Carlos Amaro is singled out among peers as a “smart guy and a great litigator”, with an encyclopaedic knowledge of IP law.
Juan Carlos Amaro is an attorney at law, with a postgraduate degree in constitutional law from the Universidad Panamericana. Mr Amaro joined BC&B in 2004 and became a partner in 2010. With close to 20 years of experience, his practice focuses on intellectual property, administrative litigation, constitutional law and international trade. His areas of practise are IP litigation, constitutional law, administrative litigation, corporate and commercial law, IP due diligence, commercial contracts, international trade, privacy and data protection.
Mr Amaro has been leading the IP litigation group, the trademark and copyright group, and the corporate and commercial law group at BC&B since 2010. He counsels clients on their IP and commercial global strategies and has represented domestic and international clients in more than 500 litigation cases.
Mr Amaro is an active member of the Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AMPPI), the International Chamber of Commerce, the Mexican Bar Association, Intellectual Property Owners (IPO), and the International Trademark Association (INTA).
Mr Amaro has been invited to participate in several national and international forums on IP and administrative matters, and he has contributed to numerous domestic and foreign associations with opinions relating to the legal IP framework. He has also been invited by the Japan External Trade Organisation and the Japan Patent Attorneys Association to speak about the Mexican litigation practice at various seminars in Tokyo and Osaka.