Calle Amador de los Rios, 1
Madrid 28010 ,Spain
Tel: +34 91 7020331
Fax: +34 91 3083705
Established in the year 2001, Abril Abogados was soon to become a prominent professional law firm with a strong reputation providing legal services in the fields of TMT and IP, including anticounterfeiting, unfair competition, right to privacy, honor and self-image, e-commerce, social networks, on-line reputation, audiovisual, advertising and marketing regulations, and generally any area of law relating to leisure, entertainment and technology.
Based on the founders’ market experience and expertise acquired after years of work and training in this area, Abril Abogados has become one of the fastest-growing firms in the Spanish legal sector.
We have consistently evolved assessing our clients in Sponsoring and advertising works, in particular on the internet based campaigns. Our practice also covers very specific areas regarding the local Labelling of Products as well as contests and promotions. The firm also has wide experience in Procedures before Advertising Self-Control Entities and Consultation.
The constant implementation of new laws and procedures in this field demand continual learning and updating, which may only be achieved with a serious, responsible and committed approach.
Due to this permanent human capital enhancement and continually upgraded technological means we can provide a high-quality and reliable service.
The firm is representing media companies, collecting societies, advertising enterprises as well as companies in the manufacturing, trade and service businesses relating to competition, patent and trademark matters.
The firm’s lawyers are fluent in English, French and Italian and are members of international and national organizations as INTA, AIPPI, MARQUES, ECTA, LES, ALADDA, DENAE, etc.
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