Eduardo specialises in advising clients with international activity on matters of multijurisdictional corporate law. He has advised on various agreements dealing with international purchases and sale and in the internationalisation of Spanish companies in different jurisdictions. In the Energy sector, Eduardo has advised foreign companies on setting up in the Middle East, for example TUBOS REUNIDOS. In the renewable energy field, he has been involved in projects with Spanish companies wishing to internationalize (Cuba, Argentina, Colombia) as well as with foreign companies established in Spain or Latin America. These companies include HAVANA ENERGY (Biomass Plant in Cuba), COLOMBIAN MINERAL RESOURCES (Colombia) and REPSOL on the “Vaca Muerta” project (Argentina). Eduardo’s work also includes defending the IOEC (Iranian Offshore Engineering Co), and NDC (North Drilling Co.) before the General Court of the European Union; he has also given legal assistance to INECO on issues arising from its establishment in Kuwait, and to CABIFY for the same reasons in Chile, Peru and Mexico
Eduardo has a BA in Law from the University of San Pablo CEU, Madrid.
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