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Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr, Ignacio Urrutia, Santiago, CHILE

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Ignacio Urrutia

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Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr

Work Department

Environmental Law, Energy and Natural Resources.

Position

Significant practice areas include Environmental Law and Energy and Natural Resources.

Career

With Urenda Rencoret (2008-current), partner since 2012. With the Regional Direction of the National Environmental Commission- Metropolitan Region (2001-2008). Professor in the Master in Environmental Law, Universidad de Chile (2010-current). Professor in the Master in Environmental Management, Universidad del Desarrollo (2009). Professor in Environmental Law, Universidad de Las Américas (2006). Professor in Environmental Law, Universidad Andrés Bello (2005). Publications: “Management of Hydrological Resources” and “Appeals in Environmental Law”, Legal Publishing Company and National Center of the Environment of the Universidad de Chile; “Citizen Involvement in Free Trade Agreements” of the Environmental Corporation of the South and Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Recognized by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, Who´s Who Legal, IFLR1000, Latin Lawyer 250 and Best Lawyers.

Languages

Spanish and English.

Member

Chilean Bar Association.

Education

Bachelor of Law, Universidad de Chile (1996). Master in Corporate Law, P. Universidad Católica de Chile (2004). Master in Environmental Law, Universidad de Chile (2011).


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Ignacio Urrutia - Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr

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Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr has been active, recently, advising on waste management matters, emissions’ regulations, odour contamination and air quality issues, and water administration matters. Recent mandates include assisting Enel Generación Chile with obtaining the environmental permits for the construction and operation of satellite regasification plants; and providing environmental legal assistance to Sociedad Vinícola Miguel Torres, whose vineyards were affected by a tannery that emanated putrid odours and made an unregulated discharge of liquid industrial waste. Ignacio Urrutiaprovides excellent legal knowledge and solid advice’.

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