Spain Jesús Arribas

Partner - Grau & Angulo

Jesús Arribas has worked with Grau & Angulo IP boutique firm since it was founded in 2003. The firm has offices in Barcelona, Madrid and Las Palmas, and the largest IP team in Spain. Mr Arribas became a partner in 2013 and is a key component of the Madrid office. He specialises in patent and trademark litigation.

Mr Arribas holds a law degree from the Autonomous University of Madrid and was admitted to the Madrid Bar Association in 2002. He obtained an LLM in intellectual property from the University of Alicante in 2001 and subsequently trained at the European Patent Office in Munich.

In his practice area of litigation, he advises and represents companies from such industries as electronics, telecommunications and information technology, as well as mechanical patents.

Mr Arribas was involved in setting up a global enforcement programme to protect patents relating to MPEG audio compression technology and DVB-T technology, and in the enforcement of essential patents related to DVD players. He has been involved in a patent infringement and validity case representing Asus in its battle over WiFi technology.

Professional associations

  • AIPPI

Sample client list

  • adidas
  • ASUS
  • Freudenberg
  • Nestlé

Firm details

Grau & Angulo
Calle de Núñez de Balboa 120
5th Floor
Madrid 28006
Spain

Contact details

E: j.arribas@gba-ip.com
T: +34 91 353 36 77
F: +34 91 350 2664
W: www.ga-ip.com

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