Partner at Basham, Ringe y Correa SC
Claudio Ulloa specialises in intellectual property, particularly patents, utility models and industrial designs. He is also experienced in patent litigation and producing technical reports and expert opinions in the mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering fields. Mr Ulloa is involved in Basham, Ringe y Correa’s aerospace team and is certified in AS9100 and NADCAP.
Mr Ulloa is a member of various industry associations, including the Mexican Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the International Trademark Association. He is vice president of the Mexican chapter of the Licensing Executives Society and a member of the High-Tech Blockchain Subcommittee of the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property.
Mr Ulloa has more than 18 years’ professional experience in consulting matters, intellectual property and litigation. He has lectured in Mexico and internationally at events organised by different associations, universities and government agencies on issues related to industrial property rights and innovation. Mr Ulloa has authored and co-authored various articles and publications, including the Mexico chapter of the Patent Litigation Guide published by Thomson Reuters (2016 edition). He has also spoken at several national and international IP events. He actively partners with universities in order to promote intellectual property among students and professors and he teaches patent law at various universities.
Mr Ulloa has been recognised by Leaders League in its innovation, technology and IP publication as a leading lawyer and engineer in industrial property litigation, as well as an excellent lawyer in IP rights prosecution. He was also recognised together with Basham as the Firm of the Year in patents by Managing Intellectual Property. Further, Mr Ulloa was named as one of the leading IP lawyers in Mexico by the magazine Lideres Mexicanos.
Mr Ulloa has a JD and a BEng in mechanical and electrical engineering from the Ibero-Americana University and an MSc in automotive engineering from Coventry University, where he received an honourable mention.