Marcelo Crespo is a partner at Peck Advogados, a law firm specialized in providing services focused on digital innovation and data protection. He is also founder of Privacy Rocket, teaching data protection. In addition, he is the coordinator of the largest postgraduate course in Digital Law in the country. He is frequently invited to give lectures on data protection and digital law, both in Brazil and abroad as well as is the author of several papers and books. He is an Advisory board member of Palqee Technologies.
Marcelo holds a doctorate in law and an international certification in compliance. He is one of the lawyers elected as the "most admired in the country" and one of those who carried out the most projects to adapt to the LGPD (almost 400).
Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) is Brazil’s federal data privacy law that went into effect on September 18, 2020, with enforcement starting on August 1, 2021. With Brazil being a key market in Latin America for big US tech companies, it is thought that the LGPD has been a positive move forward for Brazil’s legal privacy framework. This panel will discuss this question around the positives, exploring whether LGPD has done enough to date and what the future holds?
Host - Marcelo Crespo, Partner & Founder, Peck Advogados, Privacy Rocket
Marcos Semola, Partner, EY
Igor Gutierrez, Information Security Officer & Data Protection Officer, GROB
Adriano Lima, Data Protection Officer, Pixeon