María Inés Corrá is a partner in the areas of administrative law, economic regulation and international arbitration and heads the electricity practice at Bomchil.
She represents the main multinational companies in complex investment and commercial conflicts under the main rules of international arbitration, including the ICSID, ICC, ICDR, UNCITRAL and other rules, on matters such as infrastructure, construction, energy agreements, mining, share purchase, termination of contracts with the government, impact of governmental measures on foreign investments.
She intervened in electricity industry milestones, such as the construction of the fourth transmission line in extra high voltage for the transformation of the country’s electrical sector; the execution of the first renewable energy purchase agreements at the long-term market; the preliminary regulatory assessment of feasibility for the installation of two nuclear power plants; among others.
Locally, she litigates before federal and state courts and the Federal Supreme Court of Justice of Argentina.
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