Ingrid Pi joined Uría Menéndez in 2000.
Her practice includes both litigious and non-litigious matters relating to intellectual property and unfair competition.
She has broad patent litigation experience in the life science sector and on plant patents, although she has also been involved in litigation in other fields such as mechanical equipment. In recent years, Ingrid has advised on a number of patent infringement and nullity proceedings, including proceedings to obtain and preserve evidence, and interim injunctions.
Ingrid has extensive knowledge of IP regulatory matters, such as the regulatory aspects of medicines and health products and of genetically modified organisms. She has combined this know-how with her expertise in IP to design complex client-specific strategies. Ingrid regularly advises in unfair competition and regulatory litigation against decisions of the Spanish health authorities.
She specialises in non-contentious intellectual property matters and has experience in drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial agreements relating to intellectual property rights. She has sound experience in IP transfer agreements involving public bodies, such as universities or public research bodies.
She is considered an expert in pharmaceutical and intellectual property law by top international legal directories. Chambers Europe names Ingrid a recommended lawyer in intellectual property, patent litigation and life sciences.
- Law Degree, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 1999
- Postgraduate Degree in International Business Law, ESADE, Barcelona 2000
- Barcelona Bar Association
- International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)
Since its first edition in 2006, Ingrid has been in charge of coordinating the industrial property module of the Master’s Degree on Intellectual Property at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
She has also lectured on patent law in other reputed post-graduate schools.