Ms. Pedron has extensive experience in brand protection, trademarks and copyright enforcement and litigation, including border control. She also works with trademark owners in domain name disputes and advises clients on issues involving their trademark rights in the face of unregulated parallel importation.
She negotiates licensing agreements, and handles large trademark portfolios in the Philippines and in other jurisdictions.
Ms. Pedron is a recognized IP expert by different international publications such as Legal 500, Chambers, Managing IP, Who’s Who Legal, and a recipient of Lexology’s Clients’ Choice award.
She has served as President of the Intellectual Property Alumni Association composed of IP practitioners in the Philippines that attended training in Tokyo, as sponsored by the Japan Patent Office and the Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation. She currently sits as Assistant Chair of the Committee on IP Rights of the Philippine Bar Association, the oldest voluntary national organization of lawyers in the Philippines.
Ms. Pedron holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines and is a lecturer of both IP Law and Civil Law at the College of Law, UP Diliman.