Claudia Rossi is a well-recognised name in the Chilean market known for her excellent work on IT contracts and personal data matters.
Ms Rossi’s practice focuses primarily on advising clients regarding technology-related and intellectual property legal issues and transactions, including technology development and transfer, data protection and information security, cloud-based services, software licensing, internet of things, partnership and distribution arrangements, and information technology services and outsourcing agreements. Her clients include multinational entities, data analytics companies, e-commerce businesses, insurance companies, artificial intelligence service providers, non-profit organisations, software developers, and others.
Ms Rossi has considerable experience addressing cutting edge domestic and international computer, internet and data privacy/protection issues, which enables her to bring a unique combination of business insight, strong legal skills, huge regulatory awareness, and extensive experience of the IT markets and their legal concerns. She counsels clients on complex issues related to evaluating and managing intellectual property assets, privacy, security and e-business risks. Her practice also involves assisting clients in corporate and commercial issues, including, among others, tax planning strategies, employment policies and practices, corporate compliance and mergers and acquisitions.
Ms Rossi’s practice also encompasses government relations and policy matters, as a former counsel of Chile’s telecoms regulator, SUBTEL, as well as during its private practice advising telecommunication companies and electronic signature certification service providers, among others.
Ms Rossi is the contributor of the Chilean chapter in Global Privacy and Security Law, which analyses privacy and data protection laws and trends of 68 countries on all continents. She has also written various chapters in collective works and professional publications on privacy, emerging technologies, outsourcing, workplace privacy and e-commerce. Ms Rossi received her law degree (JD), summa cum laude, from Gabriela Mistral University. She conducted postgraduate intellectual property and information technology courses at Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property. She holds a master’s degree in law from Georgetown University Law Center and a master’s degree in taxation from Adolfo Ibáñez University. She is a frequent speaker and lecturer on technology transactions and intellectual property issues. She is fluent in English, Italian and Spanish and has a good understanding of French and Portuguese.