Buenos Aires University (Bachelor of Laws, 1980). Post-graduate in Natural Resources Law (1983). Assistant Professor, Institute of Natural Resources Law, School of Law, Buenos Aires University, since 1985.
Attorney, National Park Service, 1981-1986.
Spoken languages: Spanish and English.
Worked at Maciel, Norman & Asociados (Buenos Aires) specializing in General Practice. Corporations, Company Formation, Company Banking, Offshore Companies, Corporate Reorganization, Takeovers, Trade Offers, Offshore Finance, Bonds, Project Finance, Capital Markets, Energy, Mining, Oil and Gas Law, Utilities, Environmental Law, Environmental Insurance, Environmental Liability, Taxation, Tax Planning, International Taxation, Industrial Property, International Trade, Mercosur Common Market, Administrative Law, International Business Transactions, Business Reorganization, Banking, Aviation, Labor Relations, Employment Contracts, Employment Litigation, International Employment, Contracts, International Immigration Employment and Permanent Visas and Maritime Law. Admitted to the bar, 1980, Argentina.
Attorney, National Park Service, 1980-1986.
Senior Associate at Dabinovic & Asociados, 1987-1991. Professor, Oil and Gas Law (1985-1995) and Foreign Investments in Natural Resources (1991), School of Law Buenos Aires University and UADE, Environmental Law, UTN (1983-1989), UCA (1991-1995) and Austral (1992-1993).
Oil and Gas Investments, speaker at the Price Waterhouse Seminars (1992). Member: Interstate Commerce Commission (Environment Commission).
Argentine Petroleum Institute (Legal Commission).
the International Development & Education Award (Legal Commission). Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN). International Bar Association.
The firm was established in 1991 as a continuation of Dabinovic & Asociados with a record of many years of active work in general practice.
International business. Natural resources; environmental matters and taxation.
The firm of four partners is supported by a bilingual team of 15 lawyers that staff the different areas of practice. Lawyers are backed up by legal support and paralegals consisting of 15 people.
Member: Interstate Commerce Commission (Environment Commission). Argentine Petroleum Institute (Legal Commission). the International Development & Education Award (Legal Commission).
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).
International Bar Association.