Sergio M. Porteiro

Sergio M. Porteiro: Attorney with Abeledo Gottheil Abogados

Biography

Long-Term Consultant, Private Sector Development Advisory Group, Legal Department, and Short-Term Consultant, Africa Region, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the World Bank), Washington, D.C., U.S.A. (1992-1993). Legal Counsel, Commission for Privatization of Segba S.A. Legal Department, 1991-1992.

Areas of Practice (8)

  • Contracts
  • Energy Law
  • Oil and Gas Law
  • Privatization
  • Public Law
  • Public Works and Services
  • Construction Law
  • International and National Bids

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+54 11 4516 1500  Phone
+(5411) 4312 4058  Fax
+(5411) 4311-3560  Fax
www.abeledogottheil.com.ar
Law School Attended:
University of Buenos Aires, Lawyer, 1986; Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas Texas, U.S.A., LL.M., International and Comparative, 1990
Languages:
Spanish, English and Italian
Birth Information:
1959
Payment Information:
  • Accepts American Express
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