Hiago is an associate lawyer at BAYLOS since 2011. Hiago is admitted to practice law both in Spain and Brazil and is also licensed in the State of New York (USA) as a foreign legal consultant for Spanish and Brazilian laws. He has previously worked at the litigation department in ELZABURU and in the legal department of IBM, both in Madrid. His career has started in Brazil, working in civil and commercial litigation matters in the law firms Dadam & Belli Advogados Associados and Telini Advogados Associados,
Since he joined BAYLOS, Hiago advises different national and international clients in matters related to intellectual property, unfair competition and information technologies. He isspecialised in contracts and litigation related to patents and trademarks in different sectors such as, energy, pharmaceutical, agribusiness, telecommunications, trading, air transportation and beverages.
- Bachelor's Degree in Law by the Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil (2005), validated in Spain by the Alcalá University (2009).
- LLM in Corporate Law by the CIFF Foundation and the Alcalá University (2007).
- Postgraduate Degree in International Business by the CIFF Foundation and Loyola College in Maryland, USA (2007).
- LLM in Intellectual Property Rights and Information Society (Magister Lvcentinvs) by the University of Alicante (2010).
- Member of the Madrid State Bar (Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid) since 2010.
- Member of the Brazil Bar Association (Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil – Seccional Santa Catarina) since 2006.
- Licensed as Foreign Legal Consultant (Spanish and Brazilian law) in the State of New York since 2017.
Hiago was a lecturer at the IP Law and Competition Law Module of the Master's Degree in Company Law by the CIFF Foundation and the Alcalá University from 2012 to 2015. Furthermore, he was a lecturer at the corporate transactions module of the MBA offered by the Alcalá University and the CIFF Foundation in collaboration with the Gama Filho University (Brazil) in 2009.
He also collaborates, through the University of Alicante, as an IP expert in the project IPR HELPDESK MERCOSUR, an initiative of the European Commission with funding from the European Union.
Publications on the Blog
The SPC is invalid if the combination of the active ingredients is not protected by its basic patent
When a medicinal product of a combination of several active ingredients can be considered protected by the basic patent in order to fulfil the requirement to obtain a Supplementary Protection Certificate (hereinafter…
THE PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE SPC REGULATION
The supplementary protection certificate for medicinal products (“SPC”) is an IP right currently foreseen on Regulation 469/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council, of 6 May 2009 (hereinafter the “SPC Regul…
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