Legal Consultant, licensed to practice law in Argentina
Not licensed to practice law in Florida
“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”
– William James
Let’s get personal:
JJuan lives in the City of Buenos Aires. He has a wife: Rochi; Son: Rufino (3 years old); Daughter: Cala (1 year). Juan grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Outside the office, Juan enjoys traveling, spending quality time with his family, and having BBQs with his friends. He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. In his free time, Juan enjoys running, playing golf, soccer, and other outdoor activities.
Causes he supports:
Equal opportunities, access to education, sustainable energy, and human rights.
Juan delivers practical and complete legal and business solutions tailored to the specific needs of clients from the Latin America region and their scaling to support them in overcoming any legal, practical, and cultural challenge within their investment. He specializes in corporate and contract law, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, emerging growth, and venture capital.
Juan has over 11 years of experience as a corporate attorney, he obtained his Law degree from the Universidad Católica Argentina and his LL.M. in Banking, Corporate and Finance Law from Fordham Law School. He has an impressive legal track record, which he gained by working at reputable, prestigious law firms such as BECCAR VARELA, MANZANO, LÓPEZ SAAVEDRA & RAMÍREZ CALVO, and MARVAL, O’FARRELL & MAIRAL, among others.
What do you want the client to feel when working with you?
“My clients should know that I will always be available to them and will always keep them in the loop and address their issues as quickly as possible. I need my clients to be assured that I will never take on a task I do not feel 100% capable of executing effectively. They should feel confident that I am the best person to handle their situation. I have a track record as a problem-solver and a proactive lawyer. I always make my clients understand that I can handle their legal matters to allow them to focus on their business issues.”