Nicolas Mallo Huergo
Nicolás Mallo Huergo graduated as a lawyer from the Universidad Católica Argentina in
1993 with a law degree, and obtained a Master in Law (LLM.) with honours at Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, U.S.A., in 1999.
His professional practice is principally concerned with advising on corporate law, business matters, and financial and commercial operations, including mergers and acquisitions, debt restructurings, project finance, oil & gas and mining deals. He has been involved in highly complex and sophisticated transactions, representing both local and foreign clients. He also advises on day-to-day corporate law matters, including issues affecting corporate strategy, drafting commercial contracts, reviewing investment reports and planning project finance, conducting due diligence reports and negotiating in dispute settlements.
Within his area of specialization he has advised national and foreign firms in corporate matters, mergers, acquisitions, privatizations and financings, unsolicited bids, tender offers, exchange offers and proxy fights for other companies, adoption of stock option plans, leveraged buy-outs, spin-offs, recapitalizations and other restructuring transactions, strategic investments and joint ventures, venture capital transactions and project finance. His advice includes restructuring, acquisition of telecommunications and media companies and cross border transactions with international corporations.
He has been a Director of local and foreign companies, representing sponsors, lenders, multilateral institutions and investors in telecom, water, transport and other infrastructure projects (debt and equity).
He also has wide experience in litigation before the Civil and Commercial Courts. He was appointed to the National Courts of Buenos Aires, working as a clerk between 1990 and 1993. He has handled complex commercial lawsuits in a wide range of areas, including insolvency proceedings, antitrust, banking and finance, bankruptcy, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, international trade, and product liability.