Graduated from the Buenos Aires Catholic University in 1986. Adjunct professor of Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts. Professor in charge of the post-graduate course "Modern Business Contracts", UCA. In May 1991 he received a Masters Degree from the University of Pennsylvania (School of Law and Wharton School of Economics), Philadelphia, USA. Former Secretary of the Department of Computer Law of the Catholic University.
Juan specializes in the areas of corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, finance engineering, telecommunications, real estate developments and international finance projects.
He leads the technology transactions and data security practice of ABBFP&B. Given his unusual experience in legal aspects, and in IT and enterprise technology, he has a special capacity to assist in matters where the law and the technology meets. This particular background permits Juan to assist clients in technical and legal matters, which sometimes are an obstacle for many companies. And also to assist our clients to understand the technical impact of the Laws and to implement technical and procedural controls to manage risks and costs of the company.
He has been a member of the Boards of Directors and Controlling Bodies of several leading local and foreign companies, such as Nokia Argentina S.A., Deutz-Agco Motores S.A., Alimentos y Logística Generales de Argentina S.A. (ALG), Compañía Minera Providencia S.A., Corning Cable Systems Argentina S.A., Inversiones Libertad S.A., Minera Geometal S.A., Moletto Hermanos S.A., Volkswagen Argentina S.A., Volkswagen Credit S.A and Volkswagen S.A. de Ahorro Para Fines Determinados, among others. He has been appointed legal representative of Commerzbank AG
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