Master in Laws (LL.M.) in Competition, Innovation & Information Law, New York University, 2013.
Felipe Burgos practices as a lawyer in the fields of intellectual property, domain names, Internet regulation, telecommunications, data protection, licensing, venture capital, corporate structures and tax treatment for new technologies and tax incentives and for research and development (R&D).
He has advised national and foreign clients on patent and trademark prosecution, on contracts, negotiations and disputes resolutions concerning those matters.
He also has advised national and foreign clients to obtain funds for innovation from public and private organizations.
Adjunct professor of the School of Law, University of Talca, lecturer in the Innovation Diploma, University of Concepción.
Worked in Ramos, Pazos Montecinos & Diez in Concepción during the years 2007-2010; in García Magliona Attorneys during 2010-2011; and in Clarke, Modet & Co. in 2011-2012.
Spanish and English.
Author of the book "Innovation. Its promotion through intellectual property, subsidies and tax incentives"published”, Thomson Reuters 2010, and author of several articles regarding Intellectual Property Law.