Ramón Seoane














Ramón Seoane

Associate

Professional career

Ramón has been a partner at BAYLOS since 2017. He previously worked as a partner at the OLSWANG law firm and at CREMADES&CALVO-SOTELO. He specialises in Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition although he also provides advice on matters of Civil and Commercial Law. During the years he has been practising he has advised national and international companies on contentious and non-contentious matters related to the above-mentioned disciplines. He also has experience of customs procedures and processing Intellectual Property Rights with the corresponding Offices.
Companies to which he has provided advice in recent years include those in the technology, audiovisual, leisure and entertainment, textile/accessories and pharmaceutical sectors.

Education
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the Autonomous University of Madrid (2007).
  • Master's Degree in Business and Energy Law CCS from the University of Villanueva (2009).
  • Course “Intellectual Property from the Perspective of the Courts: Aspects of Process” in the School of Legal Practice at the Complutense University of Madrid (2015). - Practising Lawyer since 2009.
Associations
  • Member of the Spanish Group of the A.I.P.P.I.
  • Member of the Illustrious Association of Lawyers of Madrid.
Publications

He has written a number of articles for publications such as Revista Aranzadi Doctrinal, European IPR Helpdesk and Journal of Generic Medicines.

Contact

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

r.seoane@baylos.com
+34 914 358 567

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Languages

Spanish
Galician
English

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