Mr. Nitura handles litigation and arbitration cases. He specializes in disputes involving technology law, data privacy, data security, and computer systems. He also has a specialized criminal law practice and has experience in both prosecution and defense. He has handled the defense of clients sued before the Office of the Ombudsman and the Sandiganbayan. He has also assisted in several congressional inquiries as counsel to resource persons.
Among the notable matters he has handled involved the following:
- Assistance to various major companies in their compliance with the Data Privacy Act of 2012 and other relevant data privacy regulations;
- Represented a major business process outsourcing company in the prosecution of cybercrimes involving bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies;
- Defense of a multinational pharmaceutical company in civil, criminal, and product liability claims;
- Successfully defended the directors of a major utility company in an investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman;
- Assistance in the congressional inquiries in relation to proposed amendments to the 1987 Constitution.
Mr. Nitura has also lectured on topics involving political and constitutional law and the law on public officers. He also acts as a coach and guest lecturer of the Ateneo Law School Debate and Advocacy Society.
Mr. Nitura was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2016 and is a member of the Makati City Chapter of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines.