Paulo focuses his practice on matters related to technology, intellectual property and telecommunications, as well as antitrust, litigation and arbitration. He assists domestic and foreign companies from virtually all economic sectors. He earned a full professor of law degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, where he teaches commercial law. He was the president of Associação Brasileira de Direito de Informática e Telecomunicações (ABDTIC) and a former director of the Brazilian Committee of Arbitration (CBAr) and the legal committee of the Brazil-Spain Chamber of Commerce in Brazil. He is a current member and co-director of the Data Protection Committee of the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), in which was member of the Board of Directors for six years and co-chaired the Latin America Membership Committee for three years. He published several books, including Software Agreements, Intellectual Property and Antitrust, Intellectual Property Licensing Agreements and Data Protection in Brazil. He is the co-editor of the Business Law in the Digital Economy Law Journal.