Category: Lucia Suyai Mendiberri

Lerman & Szlak’s team has been appointed in different Committees of the International Trademark Association (INTA) for the period 2022

We are proud of the quality of the professionals at Lerman & Szlak team and their commitment for excellence. In this opportunity we would like to share that after a challenging application process our associate Lucia Suyai Mendiberri was appointed to INTA’s “Internet Committee”; Shirly Galante to the “Trademark Office Practices” and our partner Gabriela […]Continue reading

Federal One-Stop Shop for Consumer Complaints

As of May 29, 2021, suppliers that have web pages or applications should make available a link to the Federal One-Stop Shop[1] for consumer complaints under the caption: “Defense of Consumers. For claims. Enter here” The Federal One-Stop Shop is a national channel for receiving consumer complaints from all over the country and their subsequent referral […]Continue reading

Inspection Procedure of the Argentine Data Privacy Office

On December 31, 2020, the Argentine Data Privacy Office ‑Agency for Access to Public Information- issued Resolution 322/2020 (“Resolution 322”) which repealed the inspection procedure foreseen by Disposition 55/2016 and approved the Inspection Guide and the Legal and Technical Guidelines for the Inspection Procedure on Data Privacy matters. The documents approved by Resolution 322 not […]Continue reading

Argentina: Best privacy practices in email marketing campaigns — Article Published by Gabriela Szlak and Lucia Suyai Mendiberri in OneTrust’s Data Guidance

When it comes to conducting email marketing campaigns, companies and organizations often have doubts regarding the privacy implications of managing prospects and client’s databases. Marketing agencies themselves, which provide email marketing services and solutions for customers, are often requested to ensure that their service is conducted in lawful manner and complies with international data privacy […]Continue reading

Cancellation Button

The Secretariat of Interior Commerce of the Productive Development issued Resolution 424/2020 (hereinafter the “Resolution”) setting forth the obligation for e‑commerce suppliers to publish a link called “Cancellation Button”, through which consumers may withdraw their purchase acceptance. The Resolution regulates the consumers’ revocation right for distance contracts, as provided by the Consumer Defense Law No. […]Continue reading

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