Simón Santiago Dávalos Ochoa



A Lawyer and Doctor in Jurisprudence from the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (1998) with ample knowledge of the English language. He is an expert in intellectual property law, integration law, company law, civil and contractual law, with professional experience since 1994. He has a post-grade granted by the University of Salamanca, Spain, in European Communitarian Law, apart from several courses and seminars in and out of the country. He is a member of the Quito BAR Association, the Inter-American Federation of Lawyers and of the Inter-American Association of Industrial Property.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Intellectual Property
  • Integration Law
  • Company Law
  • Civil and Contractual Law

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Law School Attended:
Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, J.D., 1998; University of Salamanca, Spain, European Communitarian Law

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Quito, Ecuador

  • Quito, Ecuador
    Edificio Torre 1492 - Oficina 1005 , Av. 12 de Octubre y Lincoln

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