Paulo focuses his practice on matters related to technology, intellectual property and telecommunication, as well as antitrust, litigation and arbitration. He assists domestic and foreign companies from virtually all economic sectors. He earned a full professor of law degree (livre-docente) from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, where he teaches commercial law. He was the president of Associação Brasileira de Direito de Informática e Telecomunicações (ABDTIC) and a former director of the Brazilian Committee of Arbitration (CBAr) and the legal committee of the Brazil-Spain Chamber of Commerce in Brazil. He is a current member and co-director of the committee in data protection of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), in which he acted for six years as a member of the management committee and three years as the president of the membership committee for South America. He published several books, including Contratos de Software (software agreements), Direito da Concorrência e Propriedade Intelectual (antitrust law and IP), and Contratos de Licenciamento de Propriedade Industrial (licensing agreements and IP). He is the co-editor of the magazine Direito Empresarial na Economia Digital (business law in the digital economy).
- Chambers Latin America – Technology (2018–2020)
- Chambers Latin America – Telecommunications (2018)
- The Legal 500 – Dispute Resolution (2015); TMT; Corporate and M&A; (2015–2017); Competition and Antitrust (2015–2018); Public law (2015)
- Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders Global Elite (2019)
- Who’s Who Legal: Data: Thought Leaders (2018–2019)
- Who’s Who Legal Data: Information Technology, Telecoms and Media (2018–2019)
- Who’s Who Legal Brazil: TMT (2018)
- Best Lawyers – Lawyer of the Year: Information Technology Law (2018)
- Leader's League: Technologies, Internet and Telecommunications (2018)
- LACCA Approved – Corporate / M&A (2019–2020)
- Euromoney Expert Guides: Technology, Media and Telecommunications.
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