Universidad Iberoamericana, J.D.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), LLM in Copyrights, New Technologies, Information Society and Data Protection.
Mexican Copyright Office (INDAUTOR), Seminar in Copyrights and Neighboring rights.
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
International Trademark Association (INTA)
American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AMPPI)
Paloma is a Partner with Calderon & De La Sierra since January 2016 and co-heads the Trademarks and Copyrights Department. Prior to joining the Firm, she worked for two of the most recognized IP Law Firms in Mexico, leading and heading the Copyrights division.
She has focused her practice on Intellectual Property Law and Litigation since 2001. Since then, she has also led the Copyright Department of the most important and recognized law firms in Mexico and Spain. Throughout her practice, she has been able to advise major companies from Mexico and abroad with a focus on protecting their IP interests while fostering growth in their businesses. Paloma also frequently drafts and negotiates intellectual property agreements and advises on entertainment law, advertising and promotional materials.
During 2009 and 2010, Paloma joined a well-known and recognized Law Firm specialized in Copyrights in Spain as an international senior associate while studying her LL.M in Copyrights, New Technologies, Information Society and Data Protection in Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Campus Getafe). During this period, Paloma advised major international clients in the field of arts and entertainment while actively collaborated with the team of lawyers responsible for drafting the new Intellectual Property Law for the Principality of Andorra.
Paloma advises clients on the creation of top level legal strategies aimed to protect and enforce their Intellectual Property Rights, yet her practice is primarily focused on Copyrights and neighboring rights, entertainment law and image rights. She is an expert being in preparing, devising and assessing all kinds of agreements and strategies pertaining to these matters.
Additionally, Paloma has been invited as a visiting teacher and as a lecturer on Intellectual Property matters at Universidad Iberoamericana and Universidad Anáhuac, both in Mexico City, as well at the International Chamber of Commerce (in Mexico and Panama). She has written several articles regarding copyrights in Mexico.