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Gallego, María Luján


María Luján graduated from the Universidad de Buenos Aires. She is a member of the Corporate Law, Litigation & Arbitration, Personal Data Protection and Medical & Pharmaceutical Law Practice groups. She joined the Firm in 1999.


She received her LL.B. from the School of Law of the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1999. Furthermore, she took the following courses: “Institutional Framework of the Financial and Banking System” and “Legal and Operating Structure of the Credit Card System” at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. María Luján participated in the VIII Argentine Congress on Medical and Pharmaceutical Law – First NOA Congress on Health Professional Liability certified by the American Association of Legal Medicine and Health and in the VI National and International Seminar on Personal Data Protection.


María Luján specializes in litigation, mediation and arbitration matters. She has been in charge of and participated in several matters involving complaints before Consumer Protection and Fair Trade authorities and the Ombudsman. She has gained experience in medical malpractice and laboratory liability actions. She specializes in general commercial litigation (termination of contracts, damages, bankers’ professional liability, enforcement proceedings, business agreements, among others). In the Corporate Law area, María Luján is part of a team of lawyers entirely dedicated to providing advice on general corporate matters to multinational companies doing business in Argentina. She provides advisory services to pharmaceutical companies. She is also in charge of the Personal Data Protection Department and handles consultations regarding international transfers of data and registrations with the Argentine Personal Data Registry. She advises local and foreign companies on the drafting of international data transfer contracts, clauses to be included in master agreements, etc. María Luján also leads the Medical & Pharmaceutical Law and the Clinical Investigation Practices, providing advice to laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. She has experience in the review, drafting and adjustment of protocols, informed consents and agreements among health professionals, ethics committees and laboratories.


María Luján is a member of the Buenos Aires City Bar Association and the Quilmes District Bar Association. She is registered to act before the Federal Courts of the Argentine Provinces.