Pablo Palazzi bio (english)

Pablo A. Palazzi is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of New York and in Argentina. He is also an industrial property agent and a computer programmer.

He currently practices Internet law and intellectual property law at Allende & Brea in Buenos Aires, story Argentina.

Mr. Palazzi graduated cum laude graduate of the University of Fordham Law School in New York where he earned a Master of Law degree in International Business and Trade Law. He specializes in data protection and privacy, Internet law, electronic discovery and intellectual and industrial property law, advising national and international companies.

He has written several books, several chapters in international publications and numerous articles exploring technology law issues.

He is Professor of Computer Law at the LLM in Commercial Law of San Andres University and lectures on Intellectual Property Law at Universidad de San Andres. In the past he taught Computer law at the School of Law of Universidad Austral where he was a member of the Center for Intellectual Property and Comparative Intellectual property law at Fordham University School of Law (New York).

He co-authored the Data Protection Bill of the City of Buenos Aires (currently law 1845), and its Regulations, the draft Arbitration Rules for domain names in the ccTLD for Argentina and he has been actively involved in several computer crimes bills. He has collaborated representing the Ministry of Economy in the drafting of the digital signature bill and the data protection act of Argentina and its regulations.

He is founder of Foro de Habeas Data, an organization of the civil society whose purpose is to promote data protection & privacy norms in Latin America, hosting an online community of more than 250 professionals in the region and a network of blogs in Chile, Uruguay, Brazil and Colombia.

Mr. Palazzi and Allende & Brea’s IP Practice in Argentina are recommended by Chambers Latin America and Managing Intellectual Property.

Spanish version here