Inmaculada de la Haza

D: +34 911336810 | M: +34 608551856

Paseo de la Castellana 93, 28046 Madrid

Awarded by:

Inmaculada de la Haza

Partner, Attorney at Law

Areas of Expertise

Litigation & Licensing

Trademarks & Designs





When Inmaculada graduated in Law, she started working for a private University, where she spent five years, as a professor of Procedural Law.
Subsequently, she had the opportunity to work at the Congress of Deputies (Congreso de los Diputados), where she worked as advisor to the First Vice-President.

In 2006 she specialized in Industrial Property and joined one of the leading Industrial Property law firms at that time, always understanding that a field as specific as Industrial Property requires a deep knowledge of the current legislation as well as the daily practice of both the Patent and Trademark Office and the courts. Trademark disputes are not necessarily very numerous, but they have an enormous importance, from a legal and economic point of view.

She has since acquired extensive experience in trademark protection -including trademark feasibility reports and protection strategies- and advising on trademark disputes -opposition proceedings, negotiations and drafting of agreements-, dealing with large-scale trademark portfolios of clients operating in very diverse fields and activities.

Inmaculada has been an Industrial Property Agent since 2011. She is a member of the board of directors of the Association of Industrial Property Agents, COAPI, and since 2021 she has held the position of president.
She participates as a lecturer in the Magister Lvcentinvs Master in Intellectual Property at the University of Alicante and in the Master of Industrial Property at ISDE.

Inmaculada says:

Balder represents an ambitious professional project for any professionals in the field. The firm meets the essential requirements: trained and experienced colleagues, willing to serve the client the best they can and excited about learning and improving every day. As the famous Spanish philosopher Ortega y Gasset said: “it is a shame doing things forced, when you could do them enthusiastically”.