Mr Juan Ignacio Eymin > Morales & Besa > Santiago, Chile > Lawyer Profile

Morales & Besa
3477 ISIDORA GOYENECHEA AVENUE, 19TH FLOOR
7550106 LAS CONDES
SANTIAGO
Chile

Work Department

Litigation
Arbitration
Dispute Resolution

Position

Senior associate at Morales & Besa.

Career

Mr. Eymin specializes his practice in the areas of litigation and alternative resolution of conflicts, including administrative, civil, commercial and arbitration procedures. He has developed a successful career in complex litigation before civil and arbitration courts, and also before regulators. He has represented several banks and public works concessionaries. He has also litigated in several construction disputes representing construction companies.
Mr. Eymin has successfully represented regulated clients in high-profile administrative litigation. On that matter, Mr. Eymin has excelled in litigation regarding the administrative and judicial recourses of the Law 19,303 that deals with public security matters for private companies.

Languages

Spanish and English.

Memberships

Chilean Bar Association.

Education

Universidad de Chile School of Law,  Master of Laws, (c).
Universidad de Chile, Law School, Diploma on Current Ploblems regarding Civil Liability and Tort Lae (2015). 
Universidad de Chile, Law School, Law degree (2009). 

Lawyer Rankings

Chile > Dispute resolution: litigation

Fielding an 11-strong commercial and civil litigation practice, Morales & Besa‘s recent caseload includes administrative disputes and civil liability claims, along with class actions regarding alleged construction defects and several Transparency Law-related claims. The practice is co-led by Gonzalo Cordero, a specialist in domestic and international litigation and arbitration, as well as antitrust matters; and recently promoted associate practice-director Juan Ignacio Eymin, who undertakes litigation and ADR matters involving civil, commercial, administrative and arbitration proceedings. At senior associate level, Nicolas Corbeaux is on hand for civil and commercial procedures, and arbitration. However, Orlando Palominos left the firm January 2022.

Chile > Dispute resolution: arbitration

Morales & Besa‘s 11-member practice is particularly noted for infrastructure and construction-related disputes. Recent highlights include acting for the concession holder for the operation of Santiago’s civil airport, which was impacted by the pandemic and reduced air traffic, suffering huge losses. The practice is led by Gonzalo Cordero (‘stands out for his assessment of conflicts‘), whose experience includes working in the international arbitration and trade law groups at White & Case LLP‘s Washington DC office. Primary support comes from fellow partner Juan Ignacio Eymin and senior associate Nicolas Corbeaux, both of whom have broad disputes practices that includes arbitration proceedings. Former senior associate Orlando Palominos left for Lembeye Abogados in January 2022.

Chile > Bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring

Housing a 13-strong restructuring and insolvency practice, Morales & Besa consistently acts for creditors and debtors in high-profile reorganisation proceedings. Representative matters include out-of-court debt restructurings, insolvency and restructuring-related litigation and arbitrations (including clawback actions), and cross-border insolvencies. In addition to her general banking and finance and project finance practice, Myriam Barahona    is increasingly active in restructuring and insolvency work, while Gonzalo Cordero    focuses on the associated contentious aspects – litigious or arbitral. Also key to the group are commercial, finance and corporate law expert José Miguel Carvajal   , and recently promoted litigation director Juan Ignacio Eymin   . Experienced in insolvency, bankruptcy and restructuring matters, Rocio Vergara   was recruited as senior associate in April 2021 from the Superintendency of Insolvency, while former fellow senior Orlando Palominos joined Lembeye Abogados in January 2022.