Inmaculada Hernández


Inmaculada Hernández has been an associate at BAYLOS since 2022. Before this, she worked in different law firms, such as Garrigues, as well as IP agencies like Pons IP and Clarke Modet. She advises her clients on all matters related to Industrial Property, Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition. She specialises in litigation related to this field, both in civil and criminal proceedings. Her practice focuses on sectors such as textiles, wineries, beverages, etc. Her professional activity also includes advice on out-of-court proceedings, contracts and customs procedures. She speaks at post-graduate seminars and courses organised by prestigious institutions.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Murcia (2004).

  • Master’s in Legal Practice (COLEX Studies Centre- University of Salamanca, 2004-2005).

  • Master’s in Industrial and Intellectual Property, Unfair Competition, Defence of Competition and New Technologies (Rey Juan Carlos University-Pons Foundation, 2013-2014).


  • Member of the Madrid Bar Association.

  • Practising lawyer since 2005.


  • Understanding compulsory licensing: a global overview(IAM, Innovation&Invention Yearbook 2020).

  • Do I have the right to be compensated for infringing use of my trade mark even though it has lapsed due to lack of use? The ECJ believes you should” (Economist & Jurist, June 2020).

  • Are clothes designs worthy of protection by copyright? (La Ley Journal, January 2020).

  •  The legal battle between two Galician wineries for the trade mark Pazo(Expansión, December 2019).

  •  The Industrial Property matters that will be turned over to specialised Courts in some Autonomous Communities(El Derecho, April 2017)