2010 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting

May 20–21, 2010 • Boston, Massachusetts, USA • The Charles Hotel


Jaime Angeles
Angeles & Lugo Lovaton; Santo Domingo

Jaime R. Angeles specializes in corporate law and Intellectual Property Law, especially for the IT/e-commerce, including unfair competition and a vast litigation experience in these fields. He is now currently defending ISP’s in intellectual property litigations and drafting and negotiating contracts for IT companies.  Mr. Angeles was a key player in the negotiation to legalize the market of ringtones in the Dominican Republic.  In his experience he currently advises a major telecommunications company in DR in all IPR related matters.  He has been top ranked by Chambers in 2009 & 2010.

Mr. Angeles clients include national and international companies with fashion trademarks, worldwide leading information technologies and entertainment companies, as well as start-ups and private clients in the fields of his experience. He spends more than half his time advising on international legal cases. In addition, Mr. Angeles has had the opportunity to advise the Dominican Government, including some of its agencies on the negotiation, implementation and enforcement of international trade agreements, especially TRIPS and DR-CAFTA. 

Publisher of specialist articles on IP and IT, Mr. Angeles is author of "Electronic Commerce: From the American perspective to an international view," UNESCO Editions, 2005. He has written and presented essays and papers on intellectual property, TRIPS, commercial legislation and electronic commerce and has been panelists in several international conference, including organized by the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), US Patent and Trademark Office, Dominican Association of Intellectual Property (former President and member of the board). 

Mr. Angeles has lectured in seminars and trainings organized by the Dominican Supreme Court of Justice (1995-1997 and 2001).  He has been invited, several times, to present for Judges, Government Officials and District Attorneys in Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Guatemala.  In the Dominican Republic, Mr. Angeles teaches and regularly holds seminars and conferences of computer crimes, Intellectual Property, antitrust, etc.  He is a member of the Board of Directors of ITechLaw.