Lerman & Szlak Celebrates World Intellectual Property Day 2020

Our Team

We combine our absolute focus, technology and creativity in order to provide effective legal strategies.

Attorneys

CELIA LERMAN

Celia is a lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Valedictorian), Intellectual Property LLM (Universidad Austral, with honors) and Master in the Science of Law (JSM, Stanford University).

GABRIELA SZLAK

Gabriela is a lawyer (University of Buenos Aires, with honors) with postgraduate degrees in eBusiness Management from Georgetown University and the University of Salvador. She is a registered mediator and industrial property agent.

CECILIA BRAZZOLA

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).

SILVIA L. ROTMAN

Silvia began her legal studies at the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Law & Science, where she then received two degrees in Law and Prosecuting in 1974. She also serves as authorized pre-trial mediator for the Ministry of Justice of Argentina.

LUCIANO GUTMAN

Luciano is a graduate of the Law Student of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), having studied Labor and Corporate Law.

SHIRLY GALANTE

Shirly is a Lawyer (University of Buenos Aires – UBA, with honors), with postgraduate studies in Intellectual Property at the Argentine Association of Intellectual Property Agents, and the Buenos Aires Bar Association Graduate Programs.

LUCIA SUYAI MENDIBERRI

Lucia is a lawyer (Universidad de San Andrés — Magna Cum Laude), completed the Internet and Communications Technology Law Training Program at the Universidad de San Andrés and is currently a Candidate for the LLM in Law

MARÍA AYMÉ MACEDA

María Aymé Maceda is a Lawyer (Universidad Católica Argentina ‑UCA) with local and international background experience in intellectual property and corporate matters.

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