Gabriela Paiva Morette is a partner in the IPTech group and focuses on TMT matters. She received a master of laws degree from Kings College London. Worked at the London office of Baker & McKenzie in 2011, in the Intellectual Property practice group.
Extensive expertise in connection with commercial contracts of the information technology, entertainment and new media industries, including drafting, negotiating and reviewing agreements involving intellectual property development, licensing and transfer of copyrights, and image/voice rights. Experience with solution implementation projects, including software license/assignment and related services (maintenance and support), professional services, distribution and outsourcing agreements. Advises on liability of internet service providers, data protection/privacy and domain name registration and related conflicts.
Focus on telecommunications, including applicable regulations and commercial practices. Expertise in strategy development in disputes involving intellectual property.
Representative Legal Matters
Legal representation of clients engaged in the following sectors: media and entertainment, telecommunications, information technology and related services.
News, Events and Publications
Co-author. Agreements involving software and registration thereof with INPI (Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office). Brazilian Association of Intellectual Property Bulletin. 2009. p.2.
Professional Associations and Memberships
Brazilian Bar Association
Brazilian Association of Intellectual Property
São Paulo, Brazil (2008) - 270498
- Graduated in 2005 from Universidade de São Paulo Law School.
- Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Kings College London, United Kingdom.
LGPD effective as of August 27, 2020* &...
The Brazilian General Data Protection Law (Law # 13,709/18 – “LGPD”) will be effective as of August 27, 2020*. Today, August 26, the Brazilian Senate rejected the House of Representative’s proposal to extend the LGPD’s effective date to December 31, 2020. The House of Representative’s proposal was included in the Bill of Law that resulted […]
Intellectual Property Updates in Brazil
In the past weeks, different developments occurred in the intellectual property field in Brazil. This e-alert addresses three recent updates that may impact our clients. Federal Government opens public consultation on the National Intellectual Property Strategy (ENPI). On 08/10/2020, the Inter-ministerial Group on Intellectual Property (GIPI), chaired by the Ministry of Economy, launched a public […]
COVID-19 Survey Latin America
Market access (a) How has the regulator in charge been addressing the urgent needs for medicines, medical devices and medical supplies? Has the focus been faster review and grant of marketing authorization, or exceptions to or relaxation of import / use / licensing restrictions, or any other available mechanisms? The Brazilian Federal Health Agency (ANVISA) […]
COVID-19: Brazilian Senate postpones to...
On Friday, April 3rd, 2020, the Brazilian Senate approved the Bill of Law No. 1,179/2020, which postpones the entry into force of the General Data Protection Law (LGPD), currently scheduled to occur in August of this year. The Bill of Law regulates several legal impacts in Brazil during the national emergency declared in view of […]