TEODORO KALAW IV
Master of Laws, Harvard Law School (2001)
Juris Doctor, 2nd Honors, Ateneo de Manila University (1997)
Bachelor of Science in Management, Ateneo de Manila University (1993)
Admitted to the New York Bar in 2002
Admitted to the Philippine Bar in 1998
Formerly senior associate with the intellectual property and information technology practice group of Quisumbing Torres (member firm of Baker & McKenzie International)
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Specialized in all aspects of litigation, particularly in the enforcement of intellectual property rights; commercial transactions involving technology, such as franchising and licensing arrangements; and policy representation before Congress on media rights and regulation
Seconded to the information technology practice of the Tokyo member firm of Baker and McKenzie International (2002)
Judicial clerk to Justice Vicente V. Mendoza, Philippine Supreme Court (1997-1998)
Compliance officer, First Orient Securities, Inc.
Faculty of the Graduate School of Business, De La Salle University (1999-2003)
Teaching Fellow, Internet Law Program of the Harvard Law School Berkman Center for Internet and Society in Boston, USA (2001) and Singapore (2002)
Country correspondent for Asia Business Law Review (2002-2004)
Submissions Editor, Harvard International Law Journal (2000-2001)
Has published both locally and internationally
Currently Secretary-General of the IP Coalition, the leading caucus of intellectual property rights stakeholders in the Philippines, with member associations across several industries such as entertainment, software, consumer goods, publishing, licensee retailers