Giles Corbally

BomhardIP - Spain

Partner

C/Bilbao 1 5
Alicante

03001

+34 965 12 94 72

Trade mark star 2020/21


Jurisdictions:

Spain

Practice areas:

Trade mark office proceedings
Trade mark prosecution
Trade mark strategy & counseling

Industry sectors:

Fashion & luxury goods
Financial services
FMCG
Food & beverage
Hospitality & leisure
Pharmaceutical


Giles Corbally is a partner at BomhardIP with 20 years of experience in trademarks. His principle focus is on EU trademark and design prosecution and enforcement. 

He has substantial trademark disputes experience within the EU and beyond, including handling oppositions and cancellations actions before EUIPO. He also has a real specialism in trademark searching and clearance in the EU and beyond – helping clients navigate the increasingly difficult path between brand conception and launch.

During his career, Giles has handled trademark matters and large-scale trademark portfolios for clients operating in a diverse range of fields, including the beverage, food, confectionery, tobacco, film and TV, entertainment, publishing, pharmaceutical, financial, automobile, engineering, and software and hardware industries. Prior to joining BomhardIP, Giles worked in senior positions, both in London and abroad, for several of the largest International law firms, having started his career working inhouse for the owner of the then world’s largest trademark portfolio.

He currently is a member of INTA´s Legislation and Regulation Committee (representing INTA during the various meetings with the UKIPO on BREXIT and the implementation of the EU Directive) and also a member of ECTA´s publication committee. He also sits on the European Advisory Board for a large trademark search provider. 

 

Year Joined Firm: 2015

Education/Alumni:

  • MSc – Intellectual Property Law – QMW, University of London
  • BSc – Cell and Molecular Biology – Oxford Brookes University

Languages Spoken: English (mother tongue) and Spanish 

Network Memberships: INTA, ECTA, APAA

 

 

Last updated 21st June 2019