(The following information was supplied by the firm)
Number of Partners: 5
Number of Practitioners: 17
Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Catalan
CURELL SUÑOL was founded in 1946 committed to the assessment in the technical field, as well as the protection and management of Intellectual Property rights.
Its main office has always been in Barcelona, with branch offices in Madrid (since 1964) and Alicante (since 1996).
At present, the firm is a Professional Limited Liability Partnership (Sociedad Limitada Profesional) of Intellectual Property Attorneys, and gathers a specialized team of professionals, comprising Spanish Patent and Trademark Agents, European Patent Attorneys, Engineers, Lawyers specialized in IP, Linguists, Chemists, Biotech specialists, Business Economics graduates, as well as Technical Translators and Sworn Translators, IT experts and experienced administrative staff.
The firm is an IP Boutique which provides full service in the IP field. It helps clients design and build their portfolios and secure and enforce their exclusive rights. Its services include searching, filing strategy and advice, oppositions and appeals, trademark litigation, anti-counterfeiting, out-of-court interventions and expert support in patent lawsuits, copyright advice, as well as valuation of intangible assets.
The firm’s practitioners also represent clients in hearings before the Spanish Commercial Courts, the EPO, and the Court of Justice of the EU.
Through its members the firm is active in the most prestigious national and international Intellectual Property associations and is also committed with education by participating in training courses for Patent Engineers, Intellectual Property Attorneys, and people from industry.
Network Memberships: AIPPI, APAA, APRAM, COAPI, ECTA, EPI, FICPI, INTA, MARQUES, PTMG
Partner: Mireia Curell
IP: Patent & Trademark Agents
IP: Patents: Prosecution
IP: trademarks: Contentious
IP: Trademarks: Prosecution
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