Edwin Molino

Jimenez Molino y Moreno

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Jimenez Molino y Moreno


Edwin Molino obtained his degree in Law and Political Science from the University of Panama in 1991; In 1995 he completed postgraduate studies as a specialist in Procedural Law and in 1997 received a Master's degree in Procedural Law, both from the University of Panama.

Edwin works as a Managing Partner of our firm and with his extensive experience advises our clients in the management of the portfolio of intellectual property rights at the regional level. He leads the International and Litigation Department.

He was a professor of Procedural Law at the University of Panama for more than a decade.

Edwin is a member of the NATIONAL COLLEGE OF LAWYERS OF PANAMA, in which he served as Secretary of Continuing Education.


He was a Substitute Magistrate of the Third Superior Court of Justice.

He was an integral part of the Drafting Commission of the Industrial Property Law of Panama and its regulations and participated as a speaker in seminars and academic programs for its dissemination.

Edwin, as president of APADEPI, advised the Panamanian government in the negotiation of the Free Trade Agreement with the United States of America and has served as an expert on Intellectual Property in International Courts.

Edwin also belongs to various International Associations in which he actively participates and in which he has served with great success, being president of the Anti-Piracy and Intellectual Property Practice Committees in Latin America of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA); He was president of the Panamanian group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and Panamanian Delegate to the Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI).

He has been a member of the INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARK ASSOCIATION since 1993, and since then has been selected for various committees, and is currently a member of the prestigious Anti-Piracy Committee.

He is the author of various articles in the area of ​​Intellectual Property and Procedural Law and has been a speaker at various national and international conferences and congresses.

Edwin is considered one of the benchmarks for Intellectual Property in Panama, according to various international publications, such as WTR Global Leaders, Chambers, Managing IP, Legal 500, Leaders League, and WTR 1000, among others, in which he has been for years, and continuously and constantly, among the highest positions at the level of Panamanian professionals in the area.