Lilian Turlão joined the Firm in 2018. She integrates the IPTech practice group, with focus on Intellectual Property. Ms. Lilian Turlão has a wide breadth of experience in the management of trademark portfolios, copyright, licensing and technology transfer agreements and litigation.
She acts primarily assisting international clients in managing brand portfolios, filing and prosecution of trademark before the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) and freedom-to-operate and availability trademark searches.
She also has experience with copyright administration, technology agreements, trademark license agreements and domain name disputes and in the review of intellectual property and information technology aspects in due diligence processes.
Lilian representa multinational companies of different sectors such as consumer products, chemical/pharmaceutical, cosmetics, banking automation, telecommunications/electronics, transportation, hotel and entertainment.
She graduated from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro with a degree in law and from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro with a postgraduation in Intellectual Property Law.
She also participated in several extension and specialization courses as well as workshops related to the discussion of Intellectual Property Law matters, such as: Entertainment Law from Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Fundamentals of Fashion Law from IBMEC University and Intermediate Courses in Trademarks and Technology Transfer Agreements from Brazilian Association of Industrial Property Agents (ABAPI).
Trench Rossi Watanabe is awarded the CESA Gender Equality Seal
Trench Rossi Watanabe has received the CESA Gender Equity Seal in the highest category entitled “Highlight”. This award recognizes law firms that have solid Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives, taking into consideration several fronts, such as internal commitment, strategic planning, communication and participation rate. With a female majority in leadership for years, this recognition reinforces […]