Allende & Brea – Estudio Jurídico

Pablo A. Palazzi

Partner

Practice Areas

  • Fintech
  • Privacy & Cybersecurity
  • Intellectual Property
  • TMT

Education

  • Universidad Católica Argentina – Lawyer
  • Master of International Business Law, at Fordham University School of Law.
  • Visiting Professor (Getulio Vargas Foundation, Brazil).
  • Visiting Scholar in Comparative Intellectual Property (Fordham Law School, United States).

Languages

Spanish, English, Italian, French
  • Spanish
  • English
  • Italian
  • French

Pablo ingresó a Allende & Brea en 2008 y es socio desde el año 2012.

His practice focuses on technology transactions, intellectual property issues, Internet and technology law, data protection, cyber security and computer crime, domain name registration, trademarks and patents, and fintech-related matters. The clients he advises include internet companies, social networks, AI companies, online payment systems, electronic wallets, cryptocurrency exchanges, banks, Fintech, Insurtech, and HealthTech companies, commercial reporting firms, personal data brokers, hardware and software development companies, and online stores.

He has been named as a leading professional in Intellectual Property Law by internationally recognized publications such as Chambers & Partners Latin America, The Legal 500 Latin America and Latin Lawyer 250. In the field of personal data, he is recognized in Who’s Who Legal Data, Global Data Review, and by the Latin America Corporate Counsel Association. He was the first Latin American lawyer to receive the Vanguard Award from the IAPP in 2022.

Before graduating as a lawyer, Pablo studied computer programming. He then worked as a legal advisor at the Ministry of Economy between 1996 and 1999, where he led the Working Party on Electronic Commerce alongside Julian Peña), and was a legal secretary to two justices of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation between 2001 and 2004. He also served as a foreign associate at Morrison & Foerster in the New York office from May 2000 to December 2001, working in the Technology Transactions Group of the firm. He participated in government working groups involved in drafting the Digital Signature Law, the Computer Crimes Law, the approval of the Budapest Cybercrime Convention, and the Personal Data Protection Law and its regulations.

Pablo is an adjunct professor at the University of San Andrés, where he directs the Center for Technology and Society, focusing on courses in Intellectual Property and the Internet. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Future of Privacy Forum, a member of the editorial board of International Data Privacy Law (Oxford), and a member of the Steering Committee of the International Forum of Data Privacy. Pablo is also a member of the organizing committee of the CPCP Lat Am conference.

He is a member of the City of Buenos Aires Bar Association and the New York State Bar as well as of the Data Privacy Advisory Group of the United Nations, IAPP, AAAPI, ASIPI, INTA, MARQUES and AMCHAM.

He is also a member of INTA’s Internet and Domain Name Committee, the Internet and Domain Name Subcommittee of AAAPI and is a panelist for WIPO.

 

 

 

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