Cristina Iglesias














Cristina Iglesias

Associate

Professional career

Cristina joins Baylos in 2019. She previously worked at JACOBACCI & PARTNERS and PONS IP in Madrid.

She has 5 years’ experience in Intellectual Property and an extensive knowledge of the legislation and procedures involved in prosecuting trademarks at national, European and international level, either directly before the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (SPTO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), and at international level through foreign associates. Her expertise also includes drafting C&D Letters, Letters of Undertakings, oppositions, replies to provisional refusals, appeals, invalidity proceedings before EUIPO, as well as dealing with counterfeiting matters before the Spanish Customs.

Currently, her professional practice is focused on prosecution of Trademarks and Designs before SPTO, EUIPO and WIPO, as well as through the foreign associates.

Education
  • Bachelor's Degree in Law at University of A Coruña (2010).
  • Master’s Degree in International Law, Foreign Trade & International Relations (LL.M Program), at Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía, ISDE (2013).
  • Introduction to American Law - Course held at Columbia University, NY (2013).
  • Master’s degree in Intellectual Property, Competition Law and New Technologies at University Rey Juan Carlos (2014).
  • Internet Law, New Technologies and Intellectual Property Course, at Instituto Europeo de Estudios Empresariales, INSEM. (2018).
Associations
  • Member of the Madrid Bar Association since 2012
Contact

Madrid Office
C/ José Lázaro Galdiano 6
28036, Madrid
Spain

c.iglesias@baylos.com
+34 914 358 567

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Languages

Spanish
English

Publications on the Blog

  • New setback to the system of unitary patent

    After thedeparture of the United Kingdom from the European Union, the Unitary Patent project is again reeling after the decision of the German Constitutional Court in which it has been ruled that the approval of the…

  • New amendments to the Chinese Trademark Legislation

    New amendments to the Chinese Trademark Law entered into force last November 1st 2019 with the main goal of curbing bad faith in trademark filings. For this purpose, article 4 has been completed with the following…