Eleonora Carrillo

Eleonora Carrillo

Managing Partner; Spanish attorney at law; Italian Trademark attorney; Professional Representative before the EUIPO. Member of INTA, ASIPI, AIPPI and ECTA. Member of INTA’s committee “Famous and well-known marks” and ASIPI’s committee “Management of firms”.

  • Languages:native Spanish and Italian, fluent in English.
  • Office:Madrid, Alicante
  • Area of competence:Trademarks, Designs

Work experience
After obtaining her first law degree in Italy, Eleonora practised in Turin-area law firms specializing in civil law matters, before joining Jacobacci & Partners, in 2006. 

At Jacobacci’s offices in Turin, Eleonora worked as a trademark attorney, representing and advising domestic and foreign clients. In February 2011, after homologating her law degree in Spain and becoming a member of the Law Bar Association of Madrid, Eleonora transferred to Jacobacci’s Madrid Office, where she is presently the Managing Partner.

She regularly attends the major IP conferences and has established close professional relationships with IP counsels in many different countries of the world.

Professional focus
Besides managing the Spanish practice of Jacobacci & Partners, Eleonora has nowadays extensive experience in all trademark and design matters in Spain, the European Union and relating to international registrations, as well as to domain name dispute resolutions.

Eleonora also coordinates the defence and protection of her client’s IP rights in foreign countries, particularly in Latin America, cooperating closely with local attorneys, and has acquired valuable knowledge of legal and practical issues relating to trademark prosecution abroad.

Areas of expertise
Eleonora handles worldwide and local IP portfolios of domestic and foreign companies, especially those active in the fashion, luxury, financial, foodstuffs, wine and automobile market sectors.

She regularly provides tailored advice and strategy to major local and foreign clients on trademark matters in Spain and the European Union. 

Within the Jacobacci group, Eleonora launched and is currently a leading member of the “LATAM Desk” operating at Jacobacci’s offices in Madrid, notably dedicated to developing business and strengthening relationships between the firm and the Latin American jurisdictions.

Eleonora frequently gives presentations in conferences and is the author of numerous articles in international publications on trademark topics. She is a frequent contributor to IP magazines and has lectured at Spanish universities on specific IP topics. In 2014 she received in Madrid the award of “100 Latinos”, being selected as one of the 100 most prominent professionals having Latin American connection in Spain.

Awards

  • Ranked and recognized by the WTR1000 as one of the most recommended trademark professionals in Spain:
    "Residing at the Spanish wing of Italian firm Jacobacci & Partners, the very smart and responsive Eleonora Carillo, offers impeccable legal advice and strategy”.
  • Mentioned by WIPR - World IP Review among the “100 Most Influential Women in IP” in 2020:
    Her clients include world-famous brands and market leaders from industries including fashion, sports, luxury, finance, food, wine and automobile”.

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November

2021

FLIS Moda y Derecho

El derecho de la moda en tiempos de Covid-19

Uno de los temas de mayor actualidad en relación con el Fashion Law, es el análisis del impacto que ha tenido sobre el sector de la moda – y los correspondientes derechos de…

Jacobacci & Partners for NYIPLA

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April

2018

NYIPLA

Comments on the Spanish Trademark Draft Bill Implementing The European Union Trademark Directive 2015/2436

The European Trademark (EUTM) Reform, which is intended to harmonize European Union Member States' trademark laws, requires European Union Member States to implement portions of…

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June

2011

IAM

Comments on the Max Planck’s study

Preliminary comments on the study of the Max Planck Institute on the overall functioning of the European trade mark system.