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AV ISIDORA GOYENECHEA 2800, FLOOR 43, LAS CONDES, SANTIAGO, PO 755-0647, CHILE
Tel:
Work +56 2 2928 2200
Email:
Web:
www.carey.cl
Carey, Eduardo Martin, Santiago, CHILE

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Eduardo Martin

Tel:
Work +56 2 2928 2232
Email:
Carey

Work Department

Corporate / Telecom Group.

Position

Counsel, Carey.

His main practice areas include telecommunications, media, antitrust and real estate. He also has broad experience in project financing, international capital markets, corporate law and litigation.

Career

Recognized as Leading Individual in Telecommunications and Media, Chambers Latin America.
Recognized in Telecommunications and Media, Latin Lawyer 250.
Recognized in Telecoms, Who’s Who Legal.
Recognized in Administrative Law, Anti-Corruption & Compliance, LACCA.

Author and co-author of several articles published in prestigious law publications such as Getting the Deal Through, Latin Lawyer, Global Impact, The l.i.n.k., amongst others.

Frequent lecturer in legal conferences and seminars in Chile and abroad.

Foreign associate, Allen & Overy LLP, New York (2003-2004).

Website Officer Real Estate, IBA.

Languages

Spanish and English.

Member

Member of the Chilean Bar Association.

Education

Law, Universidad de Chile.
LL.M., Duke University (2003).


Chile

Real estate

Within: Real estate

Carey has broad experience in the development, financing, construction and sale of real estate projects, including residential, commercial and industrial property, as well as projects involving mining, energy, hotels, casinos, shopping centres and office buildings. Representative advice typically includes corporate, regulatory and tax structuring issues and the assessment of potential dispute resolution claims. Recent mandates saw the team act for high-profile real estate developer Sencorp in the negotiation of joint venture agreements entered into with a pension fund administrator for the development of a combined office-and-commercial project in Santiago. The recommended names are Oscar Aitken, Juan Pablo Stitchkin and practice director Eduardo Martin.

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TMT

Within: Next generation lawyers

Eduardo Martin - Carey

Within: TMT

Carey fields a group of lawyers who are highly specialised in telecoms media, technology, internet, data protection, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, crypto currencies and IT matters. Work highlights include advising British Telecoms on the day-to-day regulatory and labour aspects of its activities in Chile, including electronic signature issues and telecoms‚Äô concession applications. The team also acted for Motorola Mobility in litigation proceedings against Scale, its main marketing contractor. Alfonso Silva, who is ‚Äėsingled out for seeing the big picture‚Äô, is recommended for the regulatory and transactional aspects of the telecoms sector; and Eduardo Martin is director of regulatory matters. Other active clients include WOM (formerly known as Nextel Chile), VTR GlobalCom, Timwe, Nintendo Corporation and Zerofox.

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