Monereo Meyer Abogados Adds Two New Lawyers to Expand Its Intellectual Property Practice

9 March 2022 - Comunicación

Monereo Meyer Abogados, a law firm specialised in advising foreign companies and banks with business in Spain, welcomes two new lawyers to join its Intellectual Property Department. The IP team now consists of three lawyers (two in Madrid and one in Barcelona) as well as a paralegal also joining the firm.

Stefan Meyer, managing partner of Monereo Meyer Abogados, comments: “These new members reflect our firm commitment to IP law and its relevance in current legal practice. We have been looking forward to putting this project in motion and are extremely pleased that it caught the attention of Juan Casulá and Rodrigo López. This highly specialised, larger team will enable us to provide top-notch service to our international clientele in an extremely important area: the protection of their intangible assets.”

Juan Casulá Oliver joins the firm as a partner and will lead the Intellectual Property Department. Casulá has been practising law for more than 25 years, focusing on national and international lawsuits on patents, trademarks, unfair competition, advertising, intellectual property and related rights. Casulá specialises in preparing and negotiating all types of agreements, especially licensing agreements for patents and trademarks, transfers of technology and know-how, valuations of intangible assets, protection of trade secrets and business confidentiality, coexistence of distinguishing features, distribution, franchises and assignment of intellectual property.

He belongs to the Grupo Español de la AIPPI (Asociación Internacional para la Protección de la Propiedad Industrial e intelectual) and teaches in the Magister Lvcentinvm program at Universidad de Alicante. He speaks Spanish, English and Catalan.

Rodrigo López Crespo will also be joining the firm as an associate. He specialises in intellectual property, emerging technologies, anti-piracy, customs matters and competition law. He has considerable experience protecting intangible assets through registration, defending them in case of breach by third parties and preparing and negotiating all types of agreements. He speaks Spanish, English and French.

Juan Casulá Oliver and Rodrigo López Crespo will work out of the Madrid office. In Barcelona, Consuelo Álvarez Pastor (who has collaborated with the firm since 2014) will also form part of the new team and continue to advise clients in Spanish, English, German and Catalan.

This new IP team will be assisted by a German paralegal with more than 12 years of experience who will be joining the firm as well.