Mrs Verónica Roa > Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr
AV. ANDRES BELLO 2711
16TH FLOOR
LAS CONDES, SANTIAGO
Chile
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Work Department

Corporate and M&A / Energy and Natural Resources / Mining / Project Finance.

Position

Senior Associate

Career

Urenda Rencoret Orrego & Dörr (From 2007 until this date). BHP Billiton (2000 – 2004). JDA Software (1997 – 2000). Empresa Nacional del Petróleo, ENAP (1995 -1996).

Languages

Spanish and English.

Memberships

Chilean Bar Association

Education

Postgraduate degree in Economics and Finance for lawyers, Universidad de Chile (1996). Master of Law, LL.M, The American University, Washington D.C. (1994). Bachelor of Law, Universidad de Chile (1987)

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Energy and natural resources > Mining

The six-member team at Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr‘s mining department advises local and overseas clients on major projects from their early stages, including obtaining permits, mining title reviews, purchase options, financing, joint ventures, exploration matters, and royalty, streaming and easement agreements. The group can also draw upon the expertise of the firms specialists in environmental, labour and tax matters, as well as litigation, for its mining projects. A former foreign lawyer at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP‘s New York office, practice head Sergio Orrego has longstanding experience in mining, projects, corporate, M&A and energy and natural resources work; and fellow name partner Gonzalo Rencoret‘s track record includes advising on significant mining projects. At associate level, Verónica Roa regularly advises on exploration, option and joint venture agreements, while Javiera Vicuña assists with water, energy, mining and corporate matters.

Chile > Data privacy

The four-strong team at Urenda, Rencoret, Orrego y Dörr assists a substantial client roster on data protection matters, including related labour issues. The team is also active in relation to GDPR work, including the implementation of data privacy policies and their interplay with Chile’s data protection regulations. Alberto Rencoret, who routinely assists with labour-related data protection matters, co-leads the practice with Nicholas Mocarquer, who is experienced in assisting international clients with their data privacy policies. Senior associate Verónica Roa  is also on hand to advise on data protection.