Daniel joined the firm in 2016 and currently works as an Associate in Corporate Law and M&A areas. He has more than 3 years of experience advising domestic and foreign companies in corporate, anti-corruption and contractual matters.
Daniel is a graduate of the Universidad de los Andes (2017), with a Post Graduate Degree in International Business Law (2019) from the same university.
Throughout his career at the Firm, Daniel has worked as an in-house lawyer in companies in the pharmaceutical sector, mainly providing advice on contractual, corporate and anti-corruption matters.
Regarding Corporate Law and M&A, Daniel has extensive experience in (i) the drafting, review and amendment of commercial contracts; (ii) drafting of bylaws adjusted to the needs of the business, reality, projection and expectations of the client; (iii) incorporation and registration of commercial companies, branches of foreign companies and non-profit entities; (iv) merger, spin-off and liquidation of companies, appointments of administrators, capitalizations, capital decreases, drafting and review of minutes of the different corporate bodies; (v) analysis of grounds for dissolution due to losses, and alternatives for it; (vi) involvement in the drafting of contracts for the purchase & sale of shares, contracts for the purchase & sale of assets and shareholder agreements; (viii) drafting of legal opinions; and (ix) review of SAGRLAFT manuals and Business Ethics Programs, as well as engagement as a speaker in the framework of anti-corruption training for companies in the real sector.
Finally, in matters of Aviation Law, Daniel has extensive experience in (i) the registration of routes and expansion of international passenger frequencies; (ii) response to requirements presented by control authorities (Civil Aviation and Superintendence of Transportation); (iii) renewal of operating permits for international passenger airlines; and (iv) analysis of requests in consumer matters submitted by users of international passenger air transport, specifically in terms of withdrawal and waiver.