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Vicente Arias Máiz, Partner

Vicente Arias Máiz



Spanish, English and Galician

Practice areas

  • Commercial and IT
  • Franchising and distribution arrangements
  • Intellectual property
  • Licensing
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Media
  • Privacy, data protection and cybersecurity
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Technology, Media and Telecoms

Practice notes

Vicente Arias is a partner at Eversheds Sutherland Nicea, is highly specialized in Intellectual Property, Media Law, Information Technology Law and Competition (negotiation of audiovisual, phonographic publishing transfer, acquisition of technological content, and agreements distribution, design strategies intangible asset protection, advice on negotiating with the management entities, e-commerce, data protection, consumer rights, right of publicity, online competition, conflicts between trademarks and domain names, publicity rights management) with extensive experience in local and international consulting, contract negotiation and litigation.

Vicente has a Degree in Law from Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE) and a LLM Degree in Copyright and Industrial Law from the University College of London.

He is author of several Books, law articles and collaborations. He was the Co-winner of the 2006 "Fundacion Arte y Derecho" award to the best law book on Copyright.

Vicente is a founding member of the Asociación para el Estudio y la Enseñanza del Derecho de Autor (Association for Study and Teaching of Copyright Law).

He is listed among the best Lawyers in Spain in Copyright and TMT in various international legal guides (Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Europe Legal 500).

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