Leonardo R. Uzcátegui P.
Business Administration degree, graduated from the Catholic University Andrés Bello – UCAB (1980). Specialization studies in Industrial Property – Central University of Venezuela – UCV (1983). Specialization studies in Office automation, corporate networks and programming, database management. Member of the principal national and international organizations specialized in industrial property matters. Career in planning and control of Industrial Property Rights of national companies, with a primary focus on audit, consulting and handling of trademarks and patents in America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Founding member. Managing partner.
Leonardo E. Uzcátegui L.
Lawyer, graduated from the Catholic University Andrés Bello – UCAB (2005). Specialization studies in Industrial Property and copyright at the Metropolitana University (2007-2008). Industrial Property Agent. General Law practice, specialized in national and international applications for registration of trademarks and patents, defense of trademark and patent applications, reconsideration and hierarchical appeals, trademark and patent lawsuits. In civil and mercantile matters, specialized in lawsuits for material and/or moral damages, contracts in general, lawsuits for termination or contractual execution, national and international constitution of companies, assembly minutes. Member of the principal national and international organizations specialized in industrial property. Partner.
Francia I. González Battaglini
Cum Laude Lawyer, graduated from the Catholic University Andrés Bello -UCAB (2005). Specialization in procedural law from the Catholic University Andrés Bello (2006-2009). Legal counselling with specialization in civil procedural, mercantile, family and protection of children and adolescents law. Drafting and revision of documents and contracts in general, drafting of lawsuits and statements, errands, powers of attorney, assembly minutes, national company constitution and legal opinions. Coordination and conduct of legal proceedings in civil, mercantile and protection children and adolescents matters. Coordination and conduct of matters at registries and notaries. Associate Member.
Mérida, Venezuela, February 17th, 1909; Caracas, Venezuela, December 16th, 1997
Lawyer, graduated from the Los Andes University (Mérida, Venezuela). Doctor in political sciences, rector of the Central University of Venezuela, member of the National Congress, magistrate, Minister of Education and reformer of the Venezuelan higher education. In 1936 appointed by the foreign minister Esteban Gil Borges as secretary of the legation that is sent to Belgium. During that time, he studied at the Free University of Brussels. 1938 he returned to Venezuela to take care of the Legal Department of the Ministry for Development. In 1939 he was appointed interim professor at the Law Faculty of the Central University of Venezuela. In 1940 he participated in the competition for the General Law Principles Chair; teaching became the passion of his life. He remained at the Ministry for Development until 1941. He worked with the commission that prepared the reform project of the hydrocarbon law in 1943. From 1939 to 1943 he stood out as a university professor and technical consultant. On September 4th, 1943, the minister Vegas appointed him as Rector of the Central University of Venezuela. Given his attitude at the university and as a citizen, he was sent into exile on December 25th, 1951. During his exile, he lived in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. While in exile, his work as a teacher and at the university in general was nevertheless recognized when the law graduate class of 1954 at the Central University of Venezuela chose his name to identify their graduation. After the fall of the Marcos Pérez Jiménez dictatorship on January 23rd, 1958, the governing body appointed Pizani as minister of education (May 28th, 1958). He was the founding president of the Judiciary Council from 1969 to 1971. From 1974 to 1977 he was president of the National Education Council. From 1975 to 1978 he was the Director of the Institute for Private Law and from 1978 to 1981 he was member of the Council of the Legal and Political Science Faculty of the Central University of Venezuela.
Mariano Uzcátegui Urdaneta
Mérida, Venezuela, October 21st, 1927; Mérida, Venezuela, December 12th, 2009
Lawyer, graduated from the Central University of Venezuela. Doctor in Political and Legal Sciences.
Professor for Introduction to Law at the Central University of Venezuela. Industrial Property Registrar, co-author of the Industrial Property draft bill, President of the Commission that drafted the Industrial Property Law (1955) – Legal Counsel of the National University Council. Professor for Introduction to Law and for doctorate courses in industrial property. From January 1995 to March 1997 he held the postgraduate course on Copyright. The specialization “Industrial Property” holds his name at the Los Andes University (Merida). Author of various works, among others: “Copyright protection”, “Copyright: commercial entity, business name and trade name”, “Mercantile Registry of the Commercial denomination and Industrial Property”, “Economic and legal aspects of Venezuelan agriculture”, “Industrial property”, “Industrial Property and technological development”, “General principles of law”, “Constitutive system: epistemological sophism”, “Rafael Pizani and the studies of general law principles in Venezuela”, “The University and the protection of copyrights”, “History of a necessary institution and a negative reality”, “Reform of the law studies in Venezuela”, “Brand name exclusivity and the right of free competition”, “Commentary of the Industrial Property draft bill and the creation of the Venezuelan Industrial Property Institute”, “The word ‘social communication medium’ (issuer and receptor of the message)”. The elementary school located in Santa Elena de Arenales, Municipality Obispo Ramos de Lora in the Merida State carries his name.
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