Brahima Soukouna holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Geneva, which gave her the opportunity to also study at the University of Zurich and Renmin University of China. A student of management at Harvard University, Brahima Soukouna now masters four languages: English, French, German and Mandarin. Partner and expert in intellectual property law, Brahima Soukouna has linked professional experiences in several countries to acquire international competence.
Judyta Kasperkiewicz holds a master’s degree in law and also specializes in information technology law, intellectual property law and criminal law. As a lawyer with solid experience in criminal and business law, Judyta Kasperkiewicz travels the world continuously and has visited more than thirty countries in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. She is fluent in Polish, English and Spanish.
For ten years, Geovanna Puente has intervened as an adviser and manager of intellectual property rights at international level. She studied the origin and evolution of intellectual property law at the Complutense University of Madrid and then at the Pontifical Catholic University in Ecuador. As a lawyer and holder of a master’s degree in intellectual property, she is fluent in Spanish, English and French.
Florin Sandu studied political science in Friborg, Switzerland, but also law in all its forms: comparative contract law, international arbitration, competition, corporate governance, and above all intellectual property law. As a lawyer, he has a strong ability to draft commercial contracts and more specifically what affects the intellectual property.
Elizabeth Cazzadore is a lawyer trained in Venezuela, who completed her training with a specialization in the field of intellectual property in Geneva, Switzerland. She has exerted in various lawyer’s offices, and she has developed solid experience in the field of intellectual property litigation.
Luisa Maria Alvarez first studied law at the Catholic University of San Pablo in Peru before flying to Switzerland, and then she studied in Australia to specialize in intellectual property. With this training, Luisa Maria Alvarez is an accomplished polyglot lawyer who perfectly masters five languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French. Affiliated with the Australian Trademark Counseling Institute (IPTA), she works in Oceania and Latin America regularly.