Mr Javier Berdaguer > Guyer & Regules > Montevideo, Uruguay > Lawyer Profile

Guyer & Regules
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Work Department

Corporate & Banking / Intellectual Property


Javier Berdaguer, lawyer, mainly works in Intellectual Property Department and Corporate & Banking Department. Partner at Guyer & Regules.


Post-Graduate studies in Business Law at the University of Montevideo. Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property at Carlos II University of Madrid. Assitant Professor of Civil Law (Obligations and Contracts and Torts Law) at the Law School – University of the Republic (UDELAR) and University of Montevideo (UM). Professor of Intellectual Property at the Catholic University of Uruguay (UCUDAL).


Spanish, English.


Active member of the Law School’s Civil Law Institute and Interamerican Copyright Institute. Funding member of the “Sociedad de Análisis Jurídico” and the “Revista de Doctrina y Jurisprudencia de Derecho Civil” (Civil Law Doctrine and Jurisprudence Review).

Lawyer Rankings

Uruguay > Corporate and M&A

(Next Generation Partners)

Javier BerdaguerGuyer & Regules

The ‘diverse, attentive and efficient’ corporate team at Guyer & Regules continues to participate in major M&A deals, acting on behalf of corporations from a huge range of sectors, among them energy, finance, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and pharmaceuticals. A number of clients signal the team members’ depth of knowledge as a decisive advantage. Senior partner and practice co-head Nicolás Piaggio advises multinationals on their operations in Uruguay, and alongside him, Álvaro Tarabal specialises in corporate, M&A, foreign investment projects and capital markets. Corina Bove has more than two decades of corporate and M&A experience and is praised as being ‘always available and well-informed’. Javier Berdaguer regularly advises start-ups and entrepreneurs on corporate matters.

Uruguay > Intellectual property

(Next Generation Partners)

Javier BerdaguerGuyer & Regules

The expertise of the practice at Guyer & Regules is focused on litigation, copyright registration, protection against unfair competition and personal data protection. The team works closely with the firm’s data privacy and technology departments and regularly counsels individuals and companies in the FMCG and finance sectors on IP issues. Sole practice head Javier Berdaguer leads the group of five associates and has experience in corporate, copyright and right of publicity law.