Partner Margherita Barié Contact
Margherita Barié is a partner in CARNELUTTI Law Firm. She is a member of the firm's intellectual property and litigation departments. Her practice focuses on intellectual property and civil dispute resolution, including patent and trademark infringement, unfair competition, protection of know how, copyright, commercial law and related issues.
Margherita acts as counsel in all forms of domestic arbitration and conducts and manages Italian and international litigation in various fields for both Italian and multinational clients.
Margherita is a member of International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, Licensing Executives Society and Italian Anti-Counterfeiting Group. She has spoken throughout the country on trademark licensing and IP related issues and is a regular contributor to national and international publications, such as the World Trademark Yearbook and Getting The Deal Through - Trademarks.
She was admitted to the Italian Bar in 1985 and has rights of audience/representation before the Italian High Court.
Margherita is fluent in English, French, and Spanish, in addition to her native Italian.
Margherita collaborated on the publication published by The Skill Press in November 2019 entitled "Presente e Futuro della Proprietà Intellettuale" (Present and Future of Intellectual Property) pref. by Antonio Bana. With a treatise entitled "I segni costitutivi dei motivi ripetuti: focus pratico sui limiti e le forme di tutela" (The constitutive signs of repeated motifs: practical focus on limits and forms of protection)
Margherita Barié wrote an article entitled: "General Court confirms invalidity of TOSCORO based on earlier PGI 'Toscano'", published in WTR Daily.