Fabiola Saenz and Roy Ramos

Consortium names two new partners in Costa Rica

Consortium Legal has named Fabiola Saenz Quesada (pictured left) and Roy Ramos Morales (pictured right) as new practice partners in Costa Rica.

Fabiola has more than 15 years of experience in Intellectual Property legal advice.  Specialised in sectors such as finance, cosmetics, health and food and beverages, she is distinguished by her experience in handling trademark and patent portfolios. She held the position of Prosecutor of the Board of Directors of the Costa Rican Bar Association. She is currently Treasurer of the Board of Directors of APPICR, active member of ASIPI and INTA, and coordinates the Intellectual Property Commission of the Costa Rican Bar Association. Fabiola not only excels in the professional field, but is also passionate about social impact issues, to which she has dedicated her talent and effort. For four years she coordinated the firm’s Environmental Committee and participates in the Diversity and Gender Committee.

Roy has more than 24 years of experience in legal advice specialising in public law, contentious-administrative matters, administrative contracting, and administrative sanctioning procedures, in sectors such as telecommunications, energy and aeronautical law. His trajectory includes key roles as advisor to the National Concessions Council, counsel to the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice, supervising lawyer of the Comptroller General of the Republic, and external consultant to the Technical Council of Civil Aviation. His achievements include representation in insurance disputes, contentious-administrative proceedings in tariff matters and contractual execution, as well as advising on public-private participation projects, construction of public infrastructure, trusts and refinancing of debt in public works concessions. He has also advised on private electricity generation projects, integrated health services and the cooperative sector, among others.

With these appointments, the firm increases its number of local partners to 22 and its number of partners in the Central American region to 63.

L Giselle Estrada