French Law Firm SBKG Expands Talents by Appointing New Intellectual Property Partner
Maria Luisa Arce-Torrecilla joins SBKG’s Intellectual Property department
Maria Luisa Arce-Torrecilla, formerly a trademark attorney, joins MSI Global Alliance’s French law firm member SBKG’s Intellectual Property department where she will work alongside Delphine Brunet-Stoclet as a lawyer partner.
Drawing from a dual qualification as a former trademark attorney in two major law firms in Paris and currently as a lawyer, Maria Luisa’s experience is marked by a practical and strategic approach in handling intellectual property issues. Maria Luisa has gained specific expertise in strategic filing, protecting and monitoring intellectual property rights: trademarks, designs, copyrights, domain names in France and all over the world.
The tandem formed by Delphine, whose expertise focuses mainly on litigation, and Maria Luisa focusing mainly on prosecution issues, is indeed an added value for SBKG’s clients.“The synergic and complementary nature of our skills and cultures provides our team with a particular dynamic, enabling us to further develop our overall and creative approach within our clients’ projects,”states Delphine Brunet-Stoclet.
Established in 1998 by Delphine Brunet-Stoclet, the intellectual property team provides multidisciplinary assistance to its clients with the aim of promoting, protecting and defending their intellectual property rights. It assists clients in protecting their industrial or artistic innovations and creations.
Maria Luisa Arce-Torrecilla worked as a trademark attorney for a total of fifteen years at Regimbeau law firm (1990-1999) and at Novagraaf law firm (2000-2005) where she headed a team of trademark attorneys. In 2006 she joined Marchais de Candé as associate and later became partner.
She was admitted to the Lima Bar in 1986 and to the Paris Bar in 2006. Maria Luisa holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Property from Paris II Assas University and aDiploma de Abogadofrom the Catholic University of Peru. Her dual qualification and culture endows her with a unique international perspective, particularly as regards with Spanish-speaking countries. This specific quality is a key asset in the IP marketplace, in which she has firmly established herself for over than 20 years.
Maria Luisa is a member of APRAM (Association of Practitioners in Trademark and Design Law), INTA (International Trademark Association), AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) and MARQUES (The Association of European Trademark Owners).
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