Fernando Calderon is in charge of OLIVARES’ Guadalajara Office and is responsible for all IP matters in this office. He provides legal assistance and promotes our legal services relating to trademarks, patents, copyrights, corporate and commercial law, and entertainment law as well. He provides legal consultancy to all our local clients —individuals, partnerships, small business, medium size companies offering an accurate follow-up of IP matters. Also, Fernando provides support to all members of OLIVARES in different matters related to private investigations linked with Anti-Piracy, Anti-Counterfeiting and Enforcement actions.
He is responsible of giving legal support and represent property owners before various authorities like the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), District Courts, and Circuit Courts. Fernando is involved and committed in promoting OLIVARES’ services in Guadalajara through assisting commercial and industry entrepreneurs, and being an active member of industrial and commercial local chambers.
- “Access to genetic and biologic resources and its equitably sharing benefits and the role of Intellectual Property”. Mexican Patent Magazine. 
When I’m not being a lawyer…
I’m interested in sports, literature, nature, music, poetry and human development basically. I enjoy jogging, cycling and hiking in the mountains. I usually read novels by contemporary writers, particularly essays relating to human nature like psychology, oriental traditions and philosophy.
- Universidad del País Vasco
Masters in Environmental Law, 2004
- Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México
Diploma on Environmental Law, 2001
- Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente
Juris Doctor, 2000