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Baker McKenzie Chile

AVENIDA ANDRÉS BELLO 2457, PISO 19, PROVIDENCIA, SANTIAGO, CÓDIGO POSTAL 7510689, CHILE
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Ignacio Naudon

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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Local Partner

Career

Ignacio is a member of the Dispute Resolution Practice Group in the Santiago office. He first joined the Firm in 2004 where he started as a law clerk, returning again in 2008 after completing his law studies. In March of 2010, Ignacio left the Firm to become the National Director of the National Institute of Youth, the State agency in charge of public policies for the Chilean youth. After finishing his government work, he re-joined the Firm in 2012. His hard work and dedication has awarded him the Chevening Scholarship sponsored by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. In addition to his practice, Mr. Naudon has been a board member of the European office of the NGO TECHO since 2013, a member of the board of the Chilean think tank HORIZONTAL, and gives lectures on procedural law.

Naudon focuses on litigation and domestic and international arbitration, with an emphasis on the areas of civil, commercial and public law. He has broad experience in disputes related to infrastructure projects, construction contracts, distribution agreements, securities, shareholder agreements, merger or acquisitions, among others. He has a strong practice in class actions and broad experience in negotiations of settlement agreements; risk assessment; and analysis of potential contingencies in contract negotiations.

Languages

Spanish, English

Member

Chilean Bar (2010)

Education

University College London (Master of Laws LL.M.) (2014)
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (LL.B.) (2009)


Chile

Dispute resolution

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Ignacio Naudon - Baker McKenzie Chile

Within: Dispute resolution

Baker McKenzie Chile’s ‘lawyers have great litigation skills and are able to handle complex technical matters’. The team stands out for national and international arbitration; disputes against the Chilean Government, including public law matters; and litigation involving infrastructure and major construction projects, and finance and corporate disputes. Department head Rodrigo DĂ­az de ValdĂ©s, Ignacio Naudon and associate Antonio LĂłpez are the key contacts.

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Public law

Within: Public law

Baker McKenzie Chile has broad experience in both constitutional litigation and in advising on public law issues involving regulated markets. The team assisted pensions fund administrator Planvital with the filing of an action for fundamental rights protection, regarding a public tender for new customers’ portfolios. Rodrigo DĂ­az de ValdĂ©s heads the firm’s dispute resolution, public law and antitrust practice; he is ‘a very charismatic leader, who is not only a skilful litigant, but also has great analytical skills’. Ignacio Naudon is also an experienced adviser in this sector.

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