EMILIANO CHACON

Miguel Emiliano Chacon López

Attorney

+52 (55) 5047-7500 Ext. 2111

mecl@cyslaw.mx

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Languages

English . Spanish

Education

National Autonomous University of Mexico, Law Degree, 2011.

Philosophy of Law Pre-specialty, Postgraduate Unit of the Law Faculty of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2011.

Family Law Diploma Course, Postgraduate Unit of the Law Faculty of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2017.

Introduction to Cryptography Diploma Course, LIDSOL, Engineering Faculty of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2019.

Asociaciones

Fundación Buen Rancho, A.C. (President).

Emiliano is a lawyer at Calderón & De la Sierra since march 2019, as part of the New Technologies and Personal Data Protection department.

He has more than 10 years of experience in commercial, civil, administrative, and constitutional litigation. He has represented and legally counseled leading financial, manufacturing and real-estate companies, as well as companies in the food, tourism, and hotel industry. Additionally, he gives legal consult to projects of innovation technology and disruptive business models, especially in the financial sector, and he participates in the automation and standardization of legal processes in the private sector, implementing LegalTech frameworks.

He studied a Law Degree at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, as well as a Philosophy of Law Pre-specialty, and a Family Law Diploma Course at the Postgraduate Unit of the Law Faculty of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

He is president of a nonprofit civil organization, which purpose is to represent before governmental and judicial authorities of low-income persons, groups and regions, native communities and disadvantaged groups due to age, sex or disability, as well as the support and promotion of Children rights and social rehabilitation of people that have committed illegal acts.

His professional practice includes litigation of patents, trademarks and copyright infringements; unfair competition; nullities and cancellation actions with the Mexican Patent and Trademark Office; appeals with the Federal Tribunal on Administrative Matters; and Amparo proceedings with the District and Collegiate Courts.

Honorary mention, Twenty-ninth Scriptural Ability Contest, ITESM, Campus Monterrey, 2004.

Mediation in the fintech sector, 2020, available at: http://www.cyslaw.mx/es/mediacion-sector-fintech

Software Licensing, Women Who Code – CDMX, 2019, available at: https://sg.com.mx/buzz/evento-sg/women-who-code-cdmx