María Molina has been an associate at BAYLOS since 2014. She advises her clients on all matters related to Industrial Property, Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition. She specialises in litigation in these fields, especially trade mark matters, in both the civil and criminal fields. Her practice focuses on the textile, jewellery and beverages sector, among others. Her professional activity also includes advising on contractual and pre-litigation matters, as well as customs procedures.
María also teaches classes for the Master’s in Industrial and Intellectual Property, Competition and New Technologies from ISDE; and the Course on industrial property rights: inventions and distinctive signs at the ICAM.
Bachelor’s degree in Law from the Complutense University of Madrid (2013).
Master’s in Intellectual and Industrial Property and New Technologies from the Autonomous University of Madrid (2013 – 2014).
Additionally, she has completed several specialisation courses on Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights, such as the one organised by the Copyright Institute together with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO, 2014); on Procedural Law related to Industrial and Intellectual Property, by the School of Legal Practice (Complutense University of Madrid, 2015); on Internet platforms “Internet Giants: The Law and Economics of Media Platforms” (University of Chicago, 2020); on copyright and music rights “Copyright Law in the Music Business” (Berklee College of Music, 2020); and on New Information Technology Law for information, communication and data protection (Thomson Reuters, 2021).
Member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Member of the AMPI-UAM Alumni Association.
Author of the article “Private Copying and Pirating: two enemies condemned to get along?” (Legal journal of the Autonomous University of Madrid, no. 29, 2014).
Co-author of the Google article: "The right to be forgotten" (Record Book Recent Developments in European Intellectual Property Law, 2014).