Commercial Contracts, Corporate Law / Mergers and Acquisitions, Financial Service - Investment Management, Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, Project Finance, Infrastructure and PPPs
› Master’s in legal science - Universidad Pompeu Fabra. Barcelona, Spain (2016).
› Specialist in Civil and Commercial Law - Universidad Nacional de Asunción. Asunción, Paraguay (2015).
› Specialist in Higher Education Teaching - Universidad Nacional de Asunción. Asunción, Paraguay (2011).
› Attorney at Law with Honors - Universidad Nacional de Asunción. Asunción, Paraguay (2010).
She joined the law firm in August 2019. In July 2019, she successfully passed the APMG Certified PPP Professional (1) Foundation - the first of three exams required in order to obtain the title of “Certified PPP Professional '', certification created under the sponsorship of the APMG APP program, which is an innovation of the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Islamic Development Bank and the World Bank, financed by Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility.
She collaborated in the management of the first infrastructure contract under the modality of Public-Private Alliance in Paraguay.
Her practice is focused on legal advice in the civil, commercial, corporate and administrative areas. She works on issues related to project and infrastructure financing and corporate and financial transactions. She has substantial skills in dispute negotiation and in judicial and arbitration processes. She has experience advising public and private entities.
The National Directorate of Public Procurement of Paraguay (“DNCP”) is issuing several regulations that are modernizing the public procurement system, adjusting its procedures and offering tools to contracting entities and bidders in order to facilitate and streamline processes in the midst of the pandemic situation (COVID -19), through: The use
Competition Defense Law No. 4956/2013 and Regulatory Decree No. 1490/2014 are the main regulations for market competition, as well as Resolutions issued by the Board of Directors of the National Competition Commission (“CONACOM”). CONACOM’s Board of Directors, through Resolution No. 29/2021, established guidelines listing the information required by the regulatory
Invitation for MOPC Binational Public Tender N°15/21 was published on March, at the National Directorate of Public Procurement (DNCP) portal, for contracting construction companies domiciled in Paraguay or Brazil to build an international road bridge over the Paraguay River between the cities of Carmelo Peralta (Alto Paraguay) and Porto Murtinho