León Weinstok

Director

“Leon Weinstok is an amazing lawyer. He always gives us the most creative and thorough advice. His vision not only as a lawyer, but also commercial sense, makes him a tremendous legal adviser.”

Client quoted by Chambers and Partners

Profile

Leon Weinstok, Director of BLP in San Jose, is an expert in Cybersecurity & Data Protection and Advertising, Marketing & Consumer Protection. With extensive experience, he advises on the registration, protection, and defense of intangible assets, combating smuggling and piracy. He successfully leads cases of unfair competition. He advises local and global companies on implementing procedures and representing them in defense before the Data Protection Agency (PRODHAB) of Costa Rica. He also guides on data security strategies. In Advertising, Marketing & Consumer Protection, he designs promotions and contracts and resolves complaints. León joined BLP in 2015, after the merger with Weinstok Abogados.

  • Cybersecurity & Data Protection 
  • Advertising, Marketing & Consumer Protection

Education 

  • Diploma in Intellectual Property, Universidad Católica, Chile, 2013. 
  • Master in Commercial Law, Universidad Católica, Chile, 2013. 
  • Law degree, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica, 2010. 

Languages 

  • Spanish 
  • English 
  • Hebrew 
  • Leading numerous privacy compliance projects and conducting comprehensive data protection compliance assessments. 
  • Assisting one of the most important credit bureaus before the Data Protection Agency. 
  • Representing companies in privacy investigations by the Data Protection Agency. 
  • Assisting major consumer products companies on advertising presentations and consumer protectionrelated issues that include reviewing advertising copy, securing rights from models and influencers, sponsoring events and handling customer complaints. 
  • Drafting policies for consumer protections matters.
  • Leading numerous privacy compliance projects and conducting comprehensive data protection compliance assessments.
  • Assisting one of the most important credit bureaus before the Data Protection Agency.
  • Representing companies in privacy investigations by the Data Protection Agency.
  • Assisting major consumer products companies on advertising presentations and consumer protectionrelated issues that include reviewing advertising copy, securing rights from models and influencers, sponsoring events and handling customer complaints.
  • Drafting policies for consumer protections matters.