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Angela works closely with Team Lerman & Szlak, specializing in online intellectual property research and content.

    Celia Lerman, a founding partner at Lerman&Szlak, is scheduled to speak at the Legal Innovation Summit: A Morning Dedicated to Innovation, on Monday, November 26th, starting at 9:30 am.

    Celia’s speech at the summit will focus on the subject of the Law & Innovation Lab that she founded and is the head of at the Torcuato Di Tella University, where she is also a professor. They are the first and only legal clinic for entrepreneurs in Latin America, focused on innovations in the world of law and entrepreneurship.

    The summit will be held in Buenos Aires, Campus Alcorta: Av. Figueroa Alcorta 7350. You can access the agenda of the event by clicking here. If you wish to register for this event online, you can do so via this link.

    Celia Lerman, a founding partner at Lerman&Szlak who counsel CACE in all legal matters in Argentina, will speak at the Privacy in eCommerce and Marketing seminar, co-hosted by AMDIA and CACE, tomorrow (Nov 8th) starting at 8:30 am, in the Auditorium of the University of San Andrés (25 de Mayo 856, CABA). 

    The objectives of this seminar include myths and facts about eCommerce, attitudes of consumers in Argentina and other countries concerning the notion of privacy in the digital world, as well as GDPR and reform of Law 25.326 (Habeas Data).

    This event is free for all CACE members. To get your code, contact CACE at [email protected] or [email protected]. You can find event information and tickets here.

    Celia Lerman, a founding partner at Lerman & Szlak, wrote an article published in a leading IP publication, Intellectual Property Magazine, focused on SaaS (software as a service) as a business model and all its aspects, including benefits and possible legal challenges. Celia Lerman finds that “SaaS systems facilitate more easy and direct communication with users. For example, most SaaS systems include the easy-to-build functionality of system-wide messaging, to send notifications to users.”

    Software as a service’ (SaaS) is run and managed by the providing company’s web server, and includes (usually web- or app-based) interfaces for end-users who pay a subscription fee. This has increasingly become the standard in the software industry. It has many benefits, especially for software businesses – although not so much for users“, Celia Lerman adds.

    You can read the entire article below:


    We are glad to share that Celia Lerman has been named mentor of Incubando Salud.

    Incubando Salud from the Fundación Barceló in Buenos Aires, is a pioneer in the field of health and life sciences in Latin America, stimulating the much-needed interconnectedness between the worlds of health and business. One of the main goals of Incubando Salud is improving the quality of life and addressing people’s needs adequately. As far as the areas of expertise are concerned, they include diagnosis, therapies, medical devices, personal medicine, as well as complex, innovative matters, such as artificial intelligence and virtual reality.

    Incubando Salud brings together teachers, scientists, university students, health professionals, as well as business people on a global level in order to create an integrative environment of shared knowledge, experience, and tools from different areas. Moreover, it is their mission to boost the entrepreneurial spirit amongst the experts in their team, releasing their full potential and taking the process of creation of technological innovations in health on a whole new level.

    Celia’s addition to Incubando Salud builds on both Celia’s and on Lerman & Szlak’s core strengths. One of Lerman & Szlak’s verticals, Startup Services, is one of Celia’s area of expertise, having worked as counsel to 60+ startups in both Silicon Valley and Buenos Aires.

    “I’m excited to be offered this opportunity,” Celia reported. “Incubando Salud’s stellar reputation in the Latin American biotech startup world speaks for itself, and I’m honored to help contribute to the mission of improving health technology. The legal aspect of biotech startup strategies often becomes very complex very quickly, but too many Latin American health startups don’t pay attention to their legal strategy when they need to most, as they develop their product and their market.”

    Celia Lerman is a lawyer (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – UTDT, Valedictorian), Intellectual Property LLM (Universidad Austral, with honors) and Master of Science of Law (JSM, Stanford University). One of her predominant specialties entails designing and executing transnational IP protection strategies, contracts, and confidentiality agreements.

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