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Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

EL GOLF 40, 20TH FLOOR, LAS CONDES, CP 7550107, SANTIAGO, CHILE
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Work +56 2 2364 3700
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www.ppulegal.com
Barranquilla, Bogota, Lima, Santiago

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Juan José Eyzaguirre

Tel:
Work +56 2 2364 3786
Email:
Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

Work Department

Environment - Natural Resources.

Position

Partner.

Career

Partner at Philippi, Prietocarrizosa & Uría. Member of the Environmental Legal Services of Arcadis Geotécnica (1996 - 2000). Master in Environmental and Natural Resources Law of Northwestern University School of Law of Lewis & Clark (2003-2004). Law degree in 2001. Professor of Master in Environmental Law of the Faculty of Law of Universidad de Chile, Universidad Católica and Universidad Mayor; Director of the Master in Environmental Law of Finis Terrae. Publications: "Reflections on the System of Environmental Impact Assessment: Comparative Analysis with the American System”, University of Chile, 2006. Getting the Deal Through, Environment 2010-14.

Languages

Spanish-English.

Member

• Bar Association of Chile. • Rocky Mountain Mining Law Foundation.

Education

Undergraduate of Law, Universidad Diego Portales. Law degree in 2001. Professor of Master in Environmental Law of the Faculty of Law of Universidad de Chile (2003-2007).


Chile

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Juan José Eyzaguirre - Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría

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Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría fields lawyers who are experienced in domestic environmental matters and procedures; international operations involving environmental issues; environmental litigation; and the environmental requirements of energy projects. In addition, the practice is well known for assisting with the political and social aspects of projects and interacting with local authorities. The team advised Copec, through one of its related companies, on the strategy surrounding the remediation and subsequent development of land that was previously used for petroleum and hydrocarbon storage. Chile practice head, Juan José Eyzaguirre led the defence of Compañía Minera Maricunga against a sanctions procedure brought by Chile’s Environmental Superintendence (SMA) regarding allegations of significant environmental damage to several wetland areas. Key senior associate, Paulina Toro, was previously a member of the Legal Division of the Executive Directorate of former National Environmental Commission, CONAMA.

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