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Technical Assistance Workshop: Bio Of Pablo M. Zylberglait

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Pablo M. Zylberglait

Pablo M. Zylberglait has served with the Federal Trade Commission since January 1997. His duties at the Office of International Affairs include work on bilateral cooperation agreements, information sharing efforts, and multilateral enforcement cooperation. He participates in various international fora on issues related to consumer policy such as Internet law, privacy, and alternative dispute resolution. He also coordinates the technical cooperation program in consumer protection, and is the project manager for econsumer.gov, an international government database for cross-border e-commerce complaints.

Prior to the above, Mr. Zylberglait worked with the Bureau of Consumer Protection's Division of Enforcement where his duties included Internet advertising issues, enforcing FTC orders, and federal district court litigation related to deceptive advertising and marketing practices. He was involved in the 1998 revisions to the FTC's Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims and participated in industry and consumer outreach on those guides.

Before joining the Commission, Mr. Zylberglait was an associate at the Los Angeles law firm of Barger & Wolen L.L.P., where he litigated in the areas of disability insurance, bankruptcy and personal injury. He received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center, and his B.S. from the California State University at Northridge.

Updated June 25, 2015

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