Eduardo Cordero > Guerrero Olivos > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile
Guerrero Olivos Offices
AV. VITACURA 2939, PISO 8
LAS CONDES 7550011
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Public Law and Regulated Markets
Leading partner of Guerrero Olivos’ public law and regulated markets group. He specializes in constitutional and administrative law and regulated industries. He assists regulated and non-regulated entities, in straightforward regulatory processes and transactional matters (M&A, energy projects, banking and finance, mining, transport, sanitary, TMT, pharmaceutical, real estate, port and customs, among others).
He is praised as an expert in public law and as a strong and recognized academic. He teaches administrative law, directs the Masters and Diplomat programs and was the Academic Secretary at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso for several years.
Spanish, German and Italian.
Moreover, he is a Tenured Professor of Administrative Law since 2007, Professor of Administrative Law, Director of the Administrative Law Diploma, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (2009-2012 and 2017). Member of the Professors’ Staff of the Doctorate in Law (since 2007), all at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.
He obtained his degree at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso and is a Doctor in Law and Master in Territorial and Urban Politics from Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain. Also, he has a Master in Mining Law from the Universidad de Atacama.
Handling both antitrust litigation and M&A-related competition work, Guerrero Olivos‘ eight-strong team has sector specialisms in mining and metals, energy distribution, retail, and food and beverages. The department is co-led by senior partner Pedro Pellegrini, who is experienced in advising on competition-related corporate risks and defence-side investigatory proceedings; constitutional and administrative law specialist Eduardo Cordero; and public law expert José Gabriel Undurraga. Key associate support is provided by Juan José García, a former member of the FNE’s litigation division; and Alejandra Leiton, whose experience includes merger filings and the implementation of antitrust compliance programmes for multinational companies.
The nine-member data privacy practice at full-service firm Guerrero Olivos routinely advises clients from the social media and technology sectors, as well as governmental bodies. Focused on data privacy, personal data and data protection work, the team assists with terms and conditions, and franchise, licensing, maintenance, technical support and development contracts. It also assists with adapting clients’ data privacy policies to Chilean legislative requirements. The practice is jointly led by TMT specialist Juan Enrique Allard, who advises on data privacy, IT, cybersecurity and new technological platforms; Miguel Coddou, a member of the banking and finance, data protection and new technologies, and corporate groups; and public law and regulated markets group leader, Eduardo Cordero. At associate level, senior Diego Morandé and Alejandra Leiton also both assist with data protection issues.
Guerrero Olivos‘s TMT department acts for clients from across the TMT spectrum, including the telecoms, technology, and social media sectors; areas of particular growth for the practice include data privacy, cybersecurity and regulatory work, including data centres’ regulatory requirements. The practice is jointly led by Juan Enrique Allard, who is sought out by Chilean and foreign companies (and law firms) to advise on day-to-day issues, as well as data privacy, IT, cybersecurity and new technological platforms; Eduardo Cordero, whose regulatory practice covers acting for telecoms companies on tariff setting processes; and public law specialist José Gabriel Undurraga. At associate level, senior Diego Morandé is IP head, specialising in new technologies and data privacy; and Alejandra Leiton assists with regulatory, compliance and data privacy matters.
The 10-strong practice at full-service firm Guerrero Olivos covers public law litigation, judicial reviews and representing clients before the regulatory bodies. The team also assists with public-bid processes and public procurement, and obtaining permits and approvals; its recent caseload includes matters in the mining, real estate and utilities, banking and finance, TMT, aquaculture and transport sectors. The practice is co-led by Eduardo Cordero , a specialist in constitutional and administrative law and regulated industries, who routinely assists with regulatory processes and transactional matters, and is experienced in filing reports before the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court; and José Gabriel Undurraga , whose recent workload includes advising on competitive tendering, public procurement and sanctioning. Further support is provided by projects-related public law expert Martín Santa María ; and associate Roberto Burgos , who assists with public procurement, litigation and transactional matters. In June 2022, the firm incorporated highly respected public law professor, Rosa Fernanda Gómez , as senior counsel in its public law and regulated markets practice.
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