Graduate in Law from the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona in 2012.
Master in Intellectual and Industrial Property and New Technologies from the Madrid Autonomous University in the year 2012-2013.
Elisenda joined Grau & Angulo in 2014.
Earlier she did work experience in an office specialising in Industrial and Intellectual Property in Madrid.
Areas of Activity
Litigation on patents and trade marks.
Publications and Lectures
FC Barcelona prevents registering of industrial design featuring image of Camp Nou - International Law Office (November 2017)
Harley-Davidson wins battle against bar restaurant over well-known bar and shield sign - International Law Office (July 2017)
Well-known word marks don’t prevent registration of same phrase in English - International Law Office (December 2016)
Appeal court confirms that use of names similar to well-known ORANGE trademarks constitutes infringement - International Law Office (October 2016)
Import of counterfeits should not be treated as a minor misdemeanour - WTR Daily (April 2015)
Spanish, English and Catalan.
Member of the Madrid Bar Association.
Spain | 01 July 2019
The Barcelona Court of Appeal recently revoked a judgment which had dismissed all of the claims filed by the owner and licensee of the MUSTELA trademark against its former distributor and various other companies. Notably, the court stated that EU doctrine and Spanish case law provide for an exception to the exhaustion of trademark rights principle with regard to luxury trademarks. However, this does not rule out the application of this exception to other trademarks in particular selective distribution cases.