Paloma Bru's practice focuses on advising Spanish and foreign companies on local and international commercial contracts, privacy and data protection, cybersecurity, outsourcing, e-commerce, and information society services issues. She leads the Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection practice in Madrid.
She assists clients with, among others, electronic signatures, compliance related to information society services legislation, spam liability of intermediary service providers, e-contracting of financial services, legal aspects of web design, domain names, WIPO arbitration, outsourcing transactions and contracts, hosting, document management, ASP contracts, IT piracy and contracts, and security breaches. She also provides legal advice dealing with regulatory authorities.
Paloma provides a full spectrum of services and advice to clients in relation to commercial matters, preparation of public bids, corporate transactions, relations with regulatory institutions, and formulation of allegations and appeals with respect to norms and legislation governing the sector. In privacy matters, she advises companies in their adaptation to Spanish and European data protection laws as well as representing them in claims regarding this subject.
Paloma is a professor of data protection at the San Pablo CEU University and teaches courses on telecommunications and privacy at the IEB. She is also a professor of telecommunications matters at Instituto de Empresa and Carlos III University.
Goldman Sachs and Highgate Hotels acquires K+K Hotels Group
N+1 Private Equity sells Tamsi Spain, S.L.
Ferro acquires Nubiola for 149 million (US$165 million)
Honors & Distinctions
Best Lawyers (2015) - privacy and data protection law
Chambers Europe and Global (2006-2015) - telecommunications & IT: direct and constant, fast responses, it's been a pleasure working with this team, I appreciate her practical and efficient knowledge of the market, she is an excellent lawyer
The Legal 500 EMEA (2007-2015): strong experience in telecoms and technology transactions and regulatory matters