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Zachary L. catanzaro

Assistant Professor of Law

Intellectual Property & Cyberlaw Lawyer


I connect law with art & technology

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Zachary L. Catanzaro is an Assistant Professor of Law at St. Thomas University College of Law, known for his ongoing research on the intersection of law and technology. With a specialization in intellectual property, digital assets, cyberlaw, and AI, Zachary brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Prior to his career in academia, Zachary spent over a decade honing his skills in the courtroom, gaining invaluable practical knowledge in the field. His deep understanding of intellectual property, AI, and digital assets has positioned him as a thought leader in these rapidly evolving areas of law.

Notably, Professor Catanzaro's recent research on non-fungible tokens (NFTs) was published in the prestigious Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law. Beyond his legal background, Zachary is a trained musician and accomplished pianist, providing him with a unique perspective on the intersection of law and creativity. This multidimensional expertise allows him to approach legal challenges with creativity, innovation, and a holistic understanding of the industry.

Deeply committed to the legal community, Zachary actively volunteers for the Florida Bar, serving as the academic chair of the Business Law Section's Blockchain & Digital Assets Committee and eDiscovery & Electronic Evidence Committee. His involvement reflects his dedication to staying at the forefront of emerging legal trends and guiding the industry forward.

If you are seeking professional legal guidance and representation in the complex realms of AI, intellectual property, digital assets, or cyberlaw, Zachary L. Catanzaro is the trusted expert you can rely on. His profound knowledge, commitment to excellence, and passion for the law make him an invaluable asset to any legal team.

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