/ Rodrigo Velasco A.


+562 27876000


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/ Description

Rodrigo is the managing partner of Alessandri’s ​​technology and intellectual property areas. He has specialized in matters related to licenses, contracts, tax aspects and litigation concerning domain names, trademarks, patents, data protection, software and internet.

He has specialized in the legal aspects of the music industry. He was president of Beethoven Foundation and was recently appointed and was recently appointed member of the board of directors of the International Technology Law Association (iTechLAw). He is also Vice-Chair of the Latin American Committee of the same association.

Between 2013 and 2015 he led the most successful trademark piracy trial in recent times, in which he represented a renowned fashion designer.

Rodrigo headed the team that granted the first registration of a sound mark in Chile, and filed the first certification trademark application in our country. He appeared before the Chilean Senate’s Committee on Education and was a member of the Advisory Committee of the National Council for Culture and Arts in connection with the latest amendment to Intellectual Property Law 17.336 and its Regulations.

In 2011, he was included, by the Minister of Culture, in the appointment of the first three arbitrators and mediators to resolve conflicts on the collective enforcement of copyright, of the National Council for Culture and Arts.


/ Education


Biannual Program

Berklee College of Music



Supreme Court


Bachelor of Legal and Social Sciences

Universidad de Chile

/ Publications

Rodrigo Velasco Alessandri of Alessandri Abogados, Santiago, provided expert review of the Chile Country Profile and wrote the Risk Environment section.

Rodrigo Velasco A. colaboró en la publicación Manual para administrar empresas sociales, anexo 12: EMPRESAS CULTURALES O SOCIOCULTURALES. (páginas 359 y siguientes)

/ Academic activities

Professor in the Diploma of Industrial and Intellectual Property of the Finis Terrae University.

Professor in the Master in New Technologies and Intellectual Property at Universidad de Chile.