Abbud engages in different areas of law encompassing internet and technology: privacy and data protection, civil liability on internet, consumer law, entertainment law and marketing regulation, marketplaces and online to offline models. She has experience with intellectual property, focusing on strategic litigation.

Her work encompasses interdisciplinary questions on digital law, such as drafting analysis and revisions of contracts, terms of service and privacy policies related to new technology business models, in addition to the assistance and implementation of programs for the adequation to personal data protection law.

Associations

Brazilian Bar Association

Education

Pontifícia Universidade Católica of São Paulo (PUC/SP) – Bachelor of Laws, 2019

Other qualifications

Data Privacy Brasil, São Paulo – Specialization course on data protection, 2019
Pontifícia Universidade Católica of São Paulo (PUC-SP) – Specialization course on blockchain smart contracts for lawyers, 2018
Sciences Po, Paris (Academic Exchange, 2016)

Recent publications

The entry into force of the General Data Protection Law (Law No. 13,709/18 - LGPD), on September...[+]
Approved by the Federal Senate on June 30 and still pending consideration by the House of Representatives,...[+]
In a decision handed down on July 16, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) changed...[+]
There is still uncertainty relating to Bill 1,179/20, which provides for a different postponement...[+]
Bill No. 675/20, approved by the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies on April 9, inserts a transitional...[+]