Our Firm specializes in intellectual property, that is, in furnishing full-service advice aimed at assuring our clients effective legal protection for their interests in trademarks and tradenames and in all distinctive signs generally; this naturally extends to management, prosecution, and handling services as well as representation before national, Community, and international trademark authorities, as appropriate.
Our professional services thus encompass advising on all aspects of matters bearing on the availability of new distinctive signs for use and/or registration as well as preliminary searches, trademarks and tradenames, patenting, licensing, unfair competition, domain name disputes with third parties, and the like. Our Firm also handles contentious matters before all courts, authorities, and jurisdictions, including the Court of Justice of the European Union and national and international courts of arbitration.
Brand and Corporate Image Strategies
- Trademark Portfolio Audits (Due Diligence)
- Designing trademark registration strategies for all countries worldwide
- Brand and Corporate Image Strategies
Rights Protection and Management
- Filing and prosecuting new trademark registrations
- Defense against third parties
- Watches and maintenance
- Assignments, mergers, changes of name
- Trademark protection and management in all countries worldwide
"Roses" and "fruits and garden herbs" found to be to be different, despite falling within the same class
ELZABURU lawyer, Marta Rodríguez, comments the recent judgment delivered by the EU General Court on the difference betweeen trademarks that fall within the same class.
The graphic representation of the Rubik’s Cube will no longer be a trademark in the European Union
In a recent case, the European Court of Justice has considered that the shape of the Rubik’s Cube does not qualify for registration as a trademark.
Trademarks: Spanish chapter
Commentary about the Spanish law and practice relating to trademarks.
Sounds marks: reality or fiction?
Elzaburu Partner, Luis Baz, and lawyer, Beltrán Rivera comment the recent judgment delivered by the EU General Court on the refusal of a sound mark.
Infringement of an EU trademark... but not in the whole of the EU
The Court of Justice of the EU has recently delivered its judgment in case C-223/15 concerning the interpretation of the unitary character of the European Union trademark in relation to the scope of infringement actions against confusingly similar si
90 seconds with ELZABURU: José Ignacio San Martín (In Spanish)
Filing and prosecuting new registrations
90 seconds with ELZABURU: Juan Manuel Sainz Marles (In Spanish)
Trademark protection and management in countries other than Spain