García Rodríguez Abogados (“GR Abogados”) provides complete legal services with particular enphasis in natural resources, foreign investment, inmigration, energy, mining and infrastructure; including, the finance, construction and development of projects; water rights, due diligence, environmental law, comunities, tax law, labour relations, labour law, administrative law, litigation (civil and labour), artibration, dispute resolution and strategies of negotation.
The firm has a wide corporate experience which allows it to provide legal services to both individuals and companies in general corporate matters, negotiation and incorporation of joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, shareholders agreement; real estate law, partnerships, EPC/EPCM, power purchase agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, mining option agreements and financing, including loan agreements. In addition, we are particularly proud of our External Legal Department Service (“ELDS”), through which we incorporate ourselves as an in-house legal department within a company, designing and executing a work plan for each client.
We are committed to provide an excellent, complete, personalised and innovative legal service to our clients; being effective and efficient in solving their requirements. Due to the above, our team is composed of lawyers fluent in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese; all of them graduated from the most prestigious law schools, and many of them have completed graduate studies and worked abroad.
Who´s Who Legal distinguished Nicolás García Nielsen on 2013 and 2014, for his legal counseling
in natural resources and mining.
The Legal 500, on 2018, described Nicolás García Nielsen as “a very competent counsel (ENAP) who manages a broad range of issues and has the ability to negotiate and obtain consensus even in an adverse environment. Nicolás has participated in transactions that were very demanding and always produced innovative solutions”.
The Legal 500, on 2018, described Marcelo Rodríguez Belmar as a “Legal Director that oversees legal support primarily for the labour and human resources area of the company (ENAP) and has impressed with his work on maintaining relationships with unions, working on collective bargaining and formulating judicial strategies to anticipate and suceessfully face conflicts and lawsuits”.
Contributor for the "Doing Business 2020", appointed by The World Bank.