Ricardo Anibal Mejia M – Born 13 September 1964, married, a Honduran citizen, father of two, lawyer specialised in commercial law, partner and director of intellectual property in Bufete Mejia & Asociados since 1990. Postgraduate studies in Salamanca, Spain. Ad honorem adviser of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Honduras in intellectual property matters from 1995 to 2000, former professor of Insurance Law at the University of San Pedro Sula, editorial board member of the Inter-American Free Trade published by the National Law Center, former vice president of Intellectual Property subcommittee of the Inter-American Bar Association and former board member of the Association, Author of the chapter for Honduras The New Role Of Intellectual Property In Commercial Transactions edited by Simensky Bryer & Wilcof and published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc, former president of the Honduran-Mexican Chamber of Commerce. Author of Honduran chapter of the prestigious Katzarov's Handbook on Industrial Property. Foreign member of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (London, England), member of Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group (PTMG). Member of the Action Committee International Annual Review for Asociación Marcaria Internacional. Delegate for Honduras to the Inter-American Association of Industrial Property (ASIPI). National Ambassador of the International Chamber of Commerce. Lecturer in intellectual property in Toronto, Canada, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Santiago, Chile, New York, San Salvador, Fort Worth, Texas, Lima - Peru, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Reviewed without pay in the 2008 edition of Who's Who Legal; Honorary Consul of the Republic of Paraguay in Honduras.