Bruchou adds new partner
Argentine law firm Bruchou has hired Alejandro Barrientos as a partner in its intellectual property, privacy, new technologies and legal advertising practice.
Barrientos joins a team led by partner Dámaso Pardo and will put to use the vast experience he possesses.
"The incorporation of Alejandro aims to consolidate a leading team in the field of intellectual property to meet an increasing demand for innovative services in the sector, both in Argentina and abroad, given the growing business opportunities created by globalization and the advancement of an increasingly digital environment," said Pardo.
Barrientos is a recognized professional in the area of intellectual property. He has a vast track record and experience in advising national and international clients on invention patents, trademarks, personal-data protection and biotechnology.
"Alejandro brings all his experience in a very competitive international market that fits perfectly not only with Bruchou's strategy of providing world-class comprehensive services but also fits the values that underpin it," said Bruchou’s chairman, Hugo Bruzone. .
Alejandro Barrientos is a double graduate. He holds an undergraduate law degree and a master's degree in intellectual property from Universidad Austral and continued his studies with an L.L.M. master in laws from the University of Pennsylvania, and also holds a degree in chemistry and biotechnology from the ORT Institute in Buenos Aires.
"It is an honor to be part of one of the leading firms in Argentina and to advise our clients in a fast and efficient way, helping to enhance their respective growth in Argentina and the region. The knowledge economy demands highly trained and competent professionals, and our team at Bruchou is prepared to meet those goals," said Alejandro.
Founded in 1990, Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi has 21 practice areas and a staff of lawyers made up of highly experienced professionals, specialized in the different areas of corporate and business law. The firm is widely acknowledged as one of the best in Argentina.
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