Argentina’s Bruchou promotes 2 partners

Argentine law firm Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi has appointed Florencia Angélico and Juan Zocca as partners in the corporate and governance and administrative and regulatory practices respectively.

Posted Tuesday, April 19th 2022
Argentina’s Bruchou promotes 2 partners

She specializes in corporate law, providing comprehensive corporate counseling to local and foreign clients, especially regarding corporate reorganizations, company acquisitions, and corporate dispute resolution procedures.

Florencia graduated from the Law School of the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2006 and has a postgraduate degree in corporate legal advice from the Universidad Católica de Argentina.

She joined Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi in 2014 and prior to joining the firm she was an associate at Abeledo Gottheil Abogados, specializing in corporate law and mergers and acquisitions.

For his part, Juan joined Bruchou in 2006 as an intern and specializes in administrative and environmental law, and provides advice on and representation in litigation matters.

He graduated with honors from the Law School of the Universidad de Buenos Aires and holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella in 2021.

He specializes in administrative law matters, in particular in matters related to public procurement, hydrocarbons, mining, telecommunications, broadcasting services, among other regulatory matters.

He also provides legal advice and representation on litigation matters, having intervened in complex judicial and administrative procedures regarding foreign exchange infractions, public offering and capital markets, telecommunications, interjurisdictional commerce, railroad cargo services, subsidies to the food industries, reform of the pension fund social security system, and banking safety measures, among others.

He is a professor at the Universidad de  Buenos Aires law school, where he has taught constitutional law since 2007.

“The incorporation of Florencia and Juan makes us very happy, and their promotion to partners will enable us to continue to provide excellent service to our clients in areas in which we are growing and expanding,” Bruchou’s chairman Hugo Bruzone said.

 “With the incorporation of Florencia as Partner, the firm’s partnership now includes six female partners, around 20% of the total number of partners,” according to managing partner Liban Kusa.

“These steps we are taking, position us today among the leading Latin America law firms, and at the same level as foremost international law firms, thus confirming our commitment to create the best conditions for all the Law Firm’s members to have a space that generates positive and diverse leadership positions, with no distinctions at all,” she added.