Partner at Dannemann Siemsen since 1999 and member of the Executive Committee of the firm. He is an electrical engineer and attorney, with specialization in Intellectual Property at the Franklin Pierce Law Center (USA) and completed the executive program Artificial Intelligence: Implications for Business Strategy at MIT Management Sloan School (USA). He is a professor on the Lato Sensu Postgraduate Program at the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) and at the Superior School of Law (ESA) at Brazilian Bar Association (OAB/SP). He has extensive experience in litigation, intellectual property negotiations, patents, industrial designs, technology transfer, trademarks, access to genetic resources, regulatory and life sciences issues in general. He has a diversified international practice, representing a number of global companies. He serves clients from diverse industries including pharmaceuticals, pesticides, automotive, biotechnology, chemical and petrochemical, IT, food, beverage and tobacco, among others. He constantly participates in events on life sciences and technology industries, either as a speaker or moderator and is co-author of the books: – Industrial Secrets versus Access to Information Law: a Contradiction? (2014) – Intellectual Property and the Internet: a Global Guide to Protecting Intellectual Property Online (2014) – ANDA Litigation: Strategies and Tactics for Pharmaceutical Patent Litigators – Chapter 18 – Pharmaceutical Regulation and Litigation in Foreign Countries (2012) He participates in associations such as ABPI, AIPLA, AIPPI, BIO, INTA and ASIPI. Gustavo has been cited among the most admired professionals in Law since the first edition of the “Análise Advocacia 500” guide. He has been classified in Chambers and Partners at Global and Latin America editions, cited by the Latin American Corporate Counsel Association – LACCA, received the ILO – Client Choice Awards and also has been cited by Latin Lawyer.