Federico Campolieti > Bomchil > Buenos Aires, Argentina > Lawyer Profile

Bomchil
Av. Corrientes 420
BUENOS AIRES
Argentina

Work Department

Position

Partner

Career

    • Federico Campolieti is partner in the Arbitration and Economic Regulation and Administrative Law departments.

       

      His practice focuses on providing advice to clients on regulatory issues and public law. He has represented companies mainly rendering public services or intervening in highly regulated industries, in administrative proceedings, in public tenders and licensing and in contentious-administrative litigation.

       

      He has also advised and represented private companies and States in different international arbitrations before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), as well as various international commercial arbitrations under different rules (ICC, ICDR, UNCITRAL, etc.). He has also intervened as arbitrator and secretary of arbitral tribunals.

       

      He has worked as a foreign associate at Dechert LLP (Paris), participating in various investment arbitrations during 2013 and 2014

Languages

English, Spanish, French

Memberships

Member of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB). Secretary of the Committee for Relations with Institutions administering Arbitrations.

Member of the Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

Member of the International Centre For Dispute Resolution – Young & International (ICDR Y&I).

Full member of the Argentine Association of Administrative Law.

Member of the Administrative Law Association of the City of Buenos Aires.

Member of the Administrative Law Institute of the National Law Academy of Buenos Aires

Education

Universidad de Buenos Aires (Law, 2001)

Universidad de Buenos Aires (Specialist in Administrative Law and Public Administration, 2012)

Université Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne (Masters in Public Law, 2014)

Lawyer Rankings

Argentina > Dispute resolution

The ‘experienced and thorough’ group at Bomchil scores highly for its ‘strong ability in both legal and business matters’. The practice, which brings to bear an impressive track record in administrative and public law matters, is best known for its first-class arbitration expertise but it also handles commercial litigation and class action cases. Key arbitration contact María Inés Corrá ‘goes above and beyond’ and successfully represented Wintershall Energía in a high-value claim brought by a Chilean gas distributor against a consortium of Argentine producers relating to export restrictions. Corrá is also advising Minera Los Pelambres — a subsidiary of Antofagasta Minerals —on two politically sensitive disputes. Federico Campolieti is also recommended for complex arbitration matters. Managing partner Javier Petrantonio heads the litigation department and paired up with recently promoted partner Martín Torres Girotti to represent Carrefour in four large claims stemming from its acquisition of Argentine supermarket chains. The team has also recently undertaken work for PepsiCo, Peugeot Citroën Argentina and Siemens. In a significant blow to the firm, high-profile name Guido Tawil left to become an independent arbitrator. However, seasoned specialist Rafael Manóvil continues to provide support as of counsel.

Argentina > Public law

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Federico Campolieti



Bomchil

Regulated industries stalwart Bomchil maintains a distinguished record in public law, with historical involvement in first-of-a-kind matters across the electricity, telecoms, postal and water industries, among other industry segments. Following the departure of highly regarded group head Guido Tawil, who left to become an arbitrator, the department is now co-led by María Inés Corrá, Federico Campolieti and TMT specialist Francisco Gutiérrez. Highlights included representing Iplan (a fixed telephone and broadband operator) in several regulatory disputes concerning interconnection with mobile telecoms networks. It also advised Minera Los Pelambres in two high-value disputes involving the interpretation and application of border treaties between Argentina and Chile.