Mr Luis Baz > Elzaburu > Madrid, Spain > Lawyer Profile

Elzaburu
MIGUEL ANGEL 21
28010 MADRID
Spain
Luis Baz photo

Work Department

Intellectual Property – Trade marks and copyright.

Position

Partner. Head of the Trademark Department

Career

Industrial Property Attorney, 1992. European Trade Mark Attorney (Authorized Representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), 1995. Specialist in copyright and trademark law and domain names and Internet infringement. Five years in private practice as a member of the Legal Division of a leading group of companies in the communications field. Visiting Professor, Magister Lvcentinvs, Alicante University, teaching the “Contentious-Administrative Appeals and Distinctive Signs” unit in the course on Trademarks, 1999-2002, and the “Procedural Aspects of Patent Law” unit in the course on Patents, 2002. Visiting Professor at the IE Business School, Madrid, participating in programmes dealing with intellectual and industrial property law, the legal system regulating telecommunications, and entertainment industry law. Member Trademark Office Practices Committee of INTA. With the firm, 1995.

Languages

Spanish and English.

Memberships

ALADDA (ALAI); AIPPI, ASIPI.

Education

Comillas University – ICADE, Madrid (Law Degree and Master in European Community Law).

Lawyer Rankings

Spain > Intellectual property: Trade marks

Elzaburu provides the full range of advice on trade marks, advising a prestigious client base on registration and administrative procedures, contract law and litigation. Luis Baz heads the team, which attracts instructions from a diverse list of sectors, from cosmetics and fashion to the sports and entertainment industries. Baz specialises in litigation across the spectrum of IP matters and also has specific strength in domain names and infringement of IP rights on the internet. Litigation department head Antonio Castán is a key contact and Fernando Ilardia has recently covered contentious trade mark issues in the entertainment, technology and food industries. Javier Fernández-Lasquetty and Juan José Caselles are further names to note.