Bomchil Adds Three Partners
Argentine law firm Bomchil has announced the incorporation of three partners, Pablo J. Alliani, Fernando L. Brunelli and Cristián A. Galansky, and who will lead the firm’s hydrocarbons practice.
The three join the Buenos Aires-based firm from Alliani & Bruzzón, a leading law firm in the oil and gas sector, and which has a portfolio of clients in the exploration and production, transport and refinery industries. The three new partners also bring ample experience in the mining sector, with Alejandro having worked as a specialist in the sector for the last two decades.
“We are delighted to incorporate a leading practice in areas that will have a central role in the Argentine economy over the next few years,” Javier Petrantonio, Bomchil’s managing partner, said in a statement.
“Their experience in these sectors is the ideal complement to our strengths in administrative law and M&A, and represents an important step in our growth and modernization strategy,” he added.
For his part, Pablo Alliani said: “It’s not easy to leave an established boutique practice. However, the extraordinary reputation of Bomchil, together with a diverse and formidable platform of attorneys was very attractive, and it is the best decision for our professional team.”
Pablo is a law graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, with a specialization in counseling companies, and holds an LLM from the Southern Methodist University Law School. Fernando L. Brunelli is a law graduate of the Universidad del Belgrano and holds an LLM in corporate law from the Universidad Austral, with a specialization in oil and gas laws from the Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Cristián A. Galansky is a law graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires and holds an LLM in administrative law from the Escuela de Cuerpos de Abogados del Estado, with a specialization in hydrocarbons laws from the Universidad Católica Argentina.
In addition to the arrival of the three new partners, Bomchil also announced the incorporation of Alejandro D’Onofrio as of counsel, and who is also a law graduate of the Universidad de Buenos Aires, and with an LLM from the Southern Methodist University Law School.
Founded in 1923, Bomchil is a leading Argentine full-service law firm with a team of more than 60 lawyers.
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