María Cecilia is a lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – UTDT), and Master in Law and Economics (UTDT, with honors). She is a graduate of the Commercial Law Program (Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany).

Cecilia has unique experience in Franchising. Her expertise involves developing the complete legal framework for kicking-off franchising system customized to the need of each particular Franchisor, and advising the client in relation to legal matters that affect an ongoing franchise system. She has led the development of two of the most successful franchising chains in Argentina, and the legal texts that became the current industry standard for food industry franchises.

Cecilia also advises companies and investors on a wide range of commercial agreements. Some of here specialties include supply agreements, service agreements, investments agreements and merger and acquisitions, including venture capital investment agreements, stock purchase agreements and shareholder agreements. Moreover, Cecilia has helped startups from a wide range of industries, especially those with international projection and high technological complexity, including satellite companies.

She also holds solid experience in commercial litigation, with impact both in Argentina and abroad. Her specialty is to design and implement effective litigation strategies in complex commercial disputes.

In addition to her professional experience, she is a lecturer at UTDT, where she teaches Civil Law II (Obligaciones) and is an assistant teacher of the postgraduate course Corporate Constitutional Property Rights.

Lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – UTDT)
Master in Law and Economics (UTDT, with honors)
Commercial Law Program (Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany)

Bar Admissions:
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Spanish, English, German

Practice Areas:
Corporate Law, Startups, Franchising

To learn more about Cecilia, visit: linkedin.com/in/maría-cecilia-brazzola-b1059758/

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