Jordano Vasquez


Jordano advises on a wide range of commercial matters and has particular expertise in the areas of transactional intellectual property, commercial and technology contracts, and data protection. He regularly advises IP and data-rich businesses in the financial services, automotive and tech industries on negotiating complex and strategic commercial contracts.

Jordano’s advisory matters include advising on the use of data within businesses and in consumer and business offerings, the procurement and deployment of artificial intelligence, and non-contentious IP, IT and commercial issues. 

Prior to joining the firm in 2021, Jordano worked in a leading technology and privacy law practice at a major Australian law firm. 


Representative matters

Nissan on the intellectual property, commercial and supply aspects of the renegotiation of its 24-year alliance with the Renault Group (Renault) and Mitsubishi Motors (Mitsubishi). 

A group of multinational telecommunications companies on the technical service and infrastructure access arrangements to enable a joint venture between LG, Telefónica and InfraVia Capital Partners (InfraVia) to build a new fibre network to up to 7 million homes in the UK. 

CYVN Holdings on its acquisition of a controlling interest in Gordon Murray Technologies, an electronic vehicle engineering and design business. 

AviLease on its USD3.6bn acquisition of Standard Chartered Bank’s global aviation leasing business, Pembroke Capital. 

An international car manufacturer on operational and privacy issues related to the international roll-out of its connected car services. 

Published Work

  • Jane Finlayson-Brown, David Smith and Jordano Vasquez, (2022) “Processing personal data: applicability of EU GDPR and UK GDPR”, London: Thomson Reuters: Practical Law UK



New South Wales, Australia, 2019 

Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia, 2019


LLB and Bachelor of International Studies, University of New South Wales, 2018
A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.