obtained his bachelor’s degree from Universidad Anahuac with the Ceneval Award for Academic Excellence EGEL and his LLM from the University of Notre Dame du Lac. He passed the Uniform Bar Exam on the first attempt in 2018. He has been working at Basham since 2009 in intellectual property matters such as trade mark prosecution and litigation, domain name disputes, copyright and trademark licensing, etc. Santiago is also a member of the Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AMPPI) and has obtained several diplomas from WIPO in subjects such as copyright, traditional knowledge and collective rights management.
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