David Rodríguez

He is a graduated lawyer from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National Autonomous University of Mexico), Aragón campus. He has extensive experience in administrative, constitutional and electoral law.

Since 2014 he has worked in the ​​intellectual property field, as an intern and later on, as head of litigation at different firms in Mexico, focusing mainly on the attention of contentious procedures for expiration and invalidity of trademarks, as well as the challenge of determinations of the administrative authorities and courts.

One of his merits in the intellectual property litigation was the contradiction of thesis 24/2017, resolved by the Plenary on Administrative Matters of the First Circuit, from which jurisprudence was created on the joint challenge of trademark registrations cited as antecedence by the IMPI (Mexican Institute of Intellectual Property).

His constitutional training has given him the ability to analyze the laws, their principles, exceptions and conflicts in depth, which is a great advantage to argue solidly in court.

In February 2017, he participated as a speaker at the XIII Ibero-American Congress of Constitutional Law UNAM-IIJ-SCJN-TEPJF.

His spare time is devoted to constant study, video games and spending time with his pet.