GÜELL IP is a boutique specialized in Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition.
We are lawyers and registered IP Attorneys, so we offer one-stop boutique IP services. .
With over 20 years’ experience and global presence as members of multiple organizations and international associations, we maintain close relationships with highly qualified firms around the world as well as business relationships with distinguished companies in all sectors.
Jordi Güell lawyer specialized in
- Bachelor’s Degree in Law by the University of Barcelona and legal practitioner member of the Barcelona Bar Association since 1994.
- Master’s Degree in Competition Law.
- Registered IP Attorney since 1998.
- EUIPO Legal Representative since 2001.
- Chartered Translator-Interpreter of English appointed by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Council Member of the European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA) since 2013.
- Member of the Board of the Spanish AIPPI Group from 2011 to 2015 and currently Member of the Nominating Committee of AIPPI International.
- Co-author of the INTA Annual review of EU case-law since 2013.
- Lecturer on IP law at OBS-University of Barcelona, the Lawyer’s Bar Association of Barcelona and at the ISDE University Masters to qualify for the Examination for Access to the Legal Profession.
- Regular speaker in courses and conferences, both held in Spain and abroad.
“Jordi Güell, consummate in litigation and oppositions, is clever, proactive and creative, with great communication skills”
“Jordi Güell has experience representing companies in the fashion, food and beverage, pharmaceutical and energy industries in a range of intellectual property disputes”
“Jordi Güell, a stellar advocate before the patent office and the courts. Güell flexes broad IP and unfair competition expertise and resolves difficult disputes with absolute poise”
The Annual Review of EU Trademark Law 2019, co-authored by Jordi Güell, has been published. Hope you will enjoy the reading. https://lnkd.in/dwvSccn
By Royal Decree published on May 23, 2020, the computation of administrative deadlines, including those at the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (SPTO), will resume as from next June 1st. The normal activity of the SPTO will also resume from
30/04/2020.- Important notice: judicial and administrative procedural deadlines in Spain and the EUIPO
The Spanish Government declared the state of alarm to deal with the health crisis caused by Covid-19. Among the different governmental measures, there are several measures related to procedural deadlines. Court deadlines are suspended and will start counting from the
AmazonMarketplace: CJEU says that the mere storage by Amazon of infringing goods does not constitute trademark infringement
By today’s judgment, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that the company providing the storage of infringing goods is only liable for trademark infringement if it pursues, like the seller, the aim of offering the goods