Argentina’s Bruchou adds of counsel

Argentine law firm Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi has appointed Javier Lozada to its team as of counsel.

Posted Thursday, May 6th 2021
Argentina’s Bruchou adds of counsel

Javier specializes in corporate and government affairs, corporate communications, legal advice on regulatory matters, compliance, sustainability, and intellectual property licensing, and has more than 30 years of experience in international business.

Prior to joining Bruchou he was secretary general of Danone Group for Southern Cone, from 2015-20. He has also worked for Philips Latin America, and Lex Latin.

He holds an MBA from the Universidad Austral in Buenos Aires, and is a law graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires.

“His incorporation reinforces Bruchou's commitment to invest in talent and to be the best option for clients to receive excellent services in all areas of law,” the firm said in a statement.

“After more than 30 years in the legal and corporate public affairs fields, I am very excited about the challenge of joining the Bruchou team as of counsel, and having the opportunity to co-create an innovative proposal for clients that integrates the different corporate functions in which I have developed with the great capacity of this team and platform of excellence,” Lozada said.

For his part, the firm’s managing partner Liban Kusa said: "We are very proud to have Javier's support. He represents our mission to provide a multidisciplinary service, with a 360° vision for our clients to obtain efficient solutions to their problems. Once again, we decided to strengthen our organization with the incorporation of talent".

Lozada joins a team of lawyers at Bruchou composed by highly experienced professionals specialized in all the different key areas of business and corporate law.

The firm Bruchou was founded in 1990 to provide legal advice to companies operating in an economy subject to rapid and dramatic structural changes, the effect of which was the transition from a paralyzed, state-controlled economy to an open, competitive one.