Lucrecia Iruela is a licensed European Trademark attorney. Her practice includes a broad range of work including management of European trademark matters, and assisting Spanish-speaking clients with U.S. trademark issues. Her international practice includes management of intellectual property in Latin America.
- University of San Diego, School of Law (LLM)
- Complutense of Madrid (J.D.)
- Instituto de Empresa (M.B.A.)
- Technology at Centro Universitario Villanueva (M.A.)
- European intellectual property law
Lucrecia's Professional Profile
Lucrecia focuses on developing international trademark prosecution strategies for her clients. She manages large portfolios, and helps develop the best solution for each client, from large corporations to small family businesses. As a European attorney, she is an expert in prosecution before the Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM, the European trademark office) and in facilitating World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) filings around the world, through the Madrid Protocol.
Lucrecia has practiced law since 2004. She received her J.D from Complutense of Madrid, 2004, and her LL.M from University of San Diego School of Law, 2011. She also studied at Instituto de Empresa receiving an MBA with an emphasis in Media Business, 2005, and a Master’s Degree in Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Technology at Centro Universitario Villanueva, 2009.
Lucrecia’s expertise with international clients brings value to Techlaw’s clientele. She is seasoned in dealing with multiple jurisdictions and in meeting clients’ expectations in difficult legal matters. Lucrecia has handled cases involving entertainment legal issues, technology law, business law, trademark, and copyrights in one of the most prestigious law firms in Spain, Cremades & Calvo-Sotelo. Lucrecia has handled legal work for production companies in Europe and in Los Angeles. She also worked for Trademarkia (the law firm of Raj Abhyanker PC) where she managed a high volume practice with trademarks work around the world. Lucrecia was a speaker at INTA in 2011, “Second Annual Scholarship Symposium,” discussing “Problems that Madrid applicants face when filing trademarks in the U.S”
Lucrecia is fluent in Spanish and English and interfaces with Techlaw’s agents and clients in Central and South America.