Ernesto Cebollero

Ernesto Cebollero


Professional career

Ernesto is an associate lawyer at BAYLOS since 2018. Before that, he was an associate at FJF Legal and at SALVADOR FERRANDIS IP LEGAL. He also worked in consultancy in the Czech Republic (Spanish Embassy, 2007 – 2008); and in Brussels (2008 – 2011), at one of the leading European consultancies on collaborative R&D and Innovation projects, where his functions included those involving Intellectual Property consultancy and management.
Ernesto now focuses on Intellectual Property, New Technologies and Unfair Competition, combining strategic consultancy tasks for both large companies and startups with management of administrative and legal proceedings.

  • Bachelor's Degree in Law at Carlos III University in Madrid (2006).
  • Master’s Degree in Foreign Trade and International Business Management, ICEX scholarship (2007).
  • Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property and Information Society Law (Magister Lvcentinvs)at Alicante University in Spain (2012).
  • Practicing lawyer since 2012.
  • Member of the Madrid Lawyer’s Association.
  • Co-author of the chapter Trademark Infringement in Internet in the ICT law manual “Information and Communication Technology Law,” coordinated by Aurelio López Tarruella Martínez and Carmen María García Mirete (Tirant lo Blanch Publishers).
  • Collaborator in specialised publications (Legal Today, El Derecho-Francis Lefebvre, LVCENTINVS Blog).
  • Professor, Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property and Information Society Law (Magister Lvcentinvs) in the 2014, 2016 and 2017 sessions.
  • Expert in the IP MED Project financed by the European Union for the development of Intellectual Property in the Mediterranean basin.
  • Regular conference speaker at various Symposiums/Seminars, such as the “Introduction to Modern Trademark Law after European Reform" presented at the Lawyer’s Association of Madrid (January 2017).

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C/ José Lázaro Galdiano 6
28036, Madrid
+34 914 358 567

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