Gualda has great experience as in-house counsel in the internet, technology and digital media area, with a deep knowledge on the sectors business models. He consolidates law expertise in different areas related to the business regarding internet and technology, marketplaces and online to offline models, freedom of speech, content removal and civil liability on the internet, privacy and data protection, intellectual property and copyright; law enforcement; strategical litigation, business development, negotiations and contracts.

He supports companies and executives in the intersection between business, law and technology. Among other services, he provides consultancy and assistance in the implementation of programs for law enforcement and personal data protection; regulatory consultancy and product liability (including in the legal analysis of business models and new products, as well as in the development and review of terms of service and privacy politics); consultancy on intellectual property and copyright; and support for negotiations and development of technology contracts.


Brazilian Bar Association


Harvard Law School Executive Education, England – Leadership in Corporate Counsel, 2018
Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – Master of Politic Sciences, 2009
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie – Bachelor of Laws, 2008
Universidade de São Paulo (USP) – Bachelor of Social Sciences, concentration on Political Sciences, 2005

Other qualifications

Professor at the course Direito para Startups: Termos e Condições, Política de Privacidade e Marco Civil da Internet of Insper. Educação Executiva.Professor of graduation and postgraduation courses at Universidade São Judas Tadeu

Recent publications

On July 9th, law No. 13,853/2019, which amended Law No. 13,709/18 (the General Data Protection...[+]
What can be connected will be connected. This is the most important rule of the internet of...[+]
Presidential Decree 881/2019, called the Declaration of Economic Freedom Rights, is organized...[+]
With the adequacy season to the Brazilian  Personal Data Protection Law (Law No. 13,709/2018),...[+]