Cecilia Alberti participates in Ferrere’s Personal Data Protection, Anti-Trust and Intellectual Property practice groups. Her practice focuses on the corporate area, on issues of confidentiality of information, contracts in general, and consumer law.She is involved in day-to-day advice to local and international companies on recurrent data protection aspects of their operations, such as international data transfers, registration of databases, reviewing of privacy policies, analysis of feasibility of different products, and defense of companies’ interests before local authorities. She frequently contributes to different national and international publications on these subjects
Martín Pesce Cutri leads the data privacy team in Ferrere, in Montevideo (Uruguay). He is also a member of the IP team. Mr. Cutri has advised the Uruguayan Government on processes for adjusting to the new regulatory framework on personal data protection and access to public information. He advises numerous multinational companies operating in Uruguay on defining their policies for managing personal data and information assets. He is also involved in IP negotiations and agreements. Recently, he was responsible for handling image rights assignment and sponsorship agreements involving well-known players on the Uruguayan national soccer team who participated in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and 2011 South American Championship.
Mr. Cutri frequently participates in academic events and speaks on personal data protection. He is the author of numerous specialized articles for national and international publications. Mr. Cutri received his degree as attorney in 2005 from the Universidad de la República (Uruguay).