Flavia Rebello is a partner in our Intellectual Property, Technology and Data Protection Team. Her practice includes data protection, licensing, sourcing and transactions, franchising and e-commerce and Internet.
Expert in drafting, negotiating and reviewing agreements involving intellectual property, including supply of technology, trademark license, patent license, franchise, copyright license, software license and distribution, SaaS outsourcing.
Expertise in data protection and privacy issues, including implementation projects, review of policies, and data breaches. Legal advice in various aspects of e-commerce, Internet and social media.
Representative Legal Matters
Legal representation of clients engaged in different industries, including TMT, banking and finance and consumer goods. She is ranked and recommended in Chambers, Legal 500, Latin Lawyer 250, Leader League, Análise Advocacia, LACCA Approved, Who's Who Legal, WTR-1000, IP Stars.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Brazilian Bar Association
Co-head of the Technology Transfer, Licensing and Franchising Commission of ABPI (Brazilian Intellectual Property Association);
Co-head of the Intellectual Property Committee of ABDTIC (Brazilian Association for Information Technology and Communications Law).
OAB SP - Nº 184096
Graduated in 2000 from Universidade de São Paulo Law School.
Master of Laws (LL.M) at the University of Chicago Law School.
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Economic and Financial Law at Universidade de São Paulo Law School, in 2006, on taxation of intellectual property.
Foreign Associate at Dallas Office of Baker McKenzie in 2005.
Bill No. 3227/20201, which intends to modify Internet content moderation rules, is sent to the National Congress
As reported in our last e-alert, on September 6, 2021, President Jair Bolsonaro signed Provisional Measure (“MP”) No. 1.068/2021, amending the Brazilian Internet Legal Framework, which regulates the use of the internet in Brazil. The MP was criticized by different sectors of society, who argued that it did not meet the applicable formal and material […]
Position marks available for registration in Brazil as of october 2021
After public consultation, the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) issued Ordinance No. 37/2021, published in the Electronic Official Bulletin No. 2646, of September 21, 2021, authorizing the registration of position marks as of October 1, 2021. According to the BPTO’s definition in the ordinance, position marks eligible to registration are those formed by a “distinctive […]
Provisional Measure Intended to Modify Internet Content Moderation Rules
President Jair Bolsonaro signed Provisional Measure (“PM”) No. 1.068/2021 on 09/06/2021, amending the Brazilian Internet Legal Framework, which regulates the use of the internet in Brazil. The PM does not apply to messaging and mobile commerce apps, establishes “rights and guarantees” for users of social networks and defines rules for content moderation. The current general rule […]
Law on Compulsory Licensing of Patents is Sanctioned with Vetoes
In Brief Today Brazil’s President enacted Law n. 14.200/21 (former bill n. 12/21), which regulates compulsory licensing for patents and patent applications in cases of a declaration of national or international emergency, public interest or public calamity. The new legislation is one of the several recent developments affecting Brazil’s landscape on pharmaceutical patents, after the […]