Alarcón , Andrea
Castro, María Ignacia
Cruchaga, Luis Alberto
Da - Bove, Josefina
De la Jara, Guillermo
Demarchi, María Victoria
Gutiérrez, María Francisca
Izquierdo, Luis Alberto
Klein Kranenberg, Johanna
Velasco, José Antonio
Yuri, Ana María
Admitted to Practice in Chile since 1994.
Mr. Jana practice focuses on Litigation and both National and International Arbitration, Corporate Law and Foreign Investment, Bankruptcy, International Trade and Antitrust, as well as Regulation, Administrative Law and Antitrust Litigation.
Mr. Jana received a J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from the Universidad de Chile, and also a LL.M. from the Harvard Law School (1995).
He has been Counsel of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy, the Foreign Investment Committee and the Chilean Energy Commission. He has acted as Legal Advisor to the Chilean Government for negotiations of several Free Trade Agreements and was the Director of Legal Research at the Central Bank of Chile (1996-1998). Mr. Jana previously worked at Arnold & Porter, Foreign Associate (1995-1996).
Mr. Jana is a Professor of Civil Law at the Universidad de Chile (1997 to date) and also has taught Postgraduate and training courses for prosecutors at the Universidad Alberto Hurtado.
He is author of “Recurso de Protección y Contratos” [Constitutional Appeals and Contracts], Editorial Jurídica de Chile (1996) and co-author with Johanna Klein of the article “La convención de Nueva York y el CIADI” “Reconocimiento y Ejecución de Laudos Arbitrales bajo la Convención de Washington”, published in “El Arbitraje Comercial Internacional” Ed. Abeledo Perrot, Argentina 2008.
Mr. Jana is a member of the Panel of Arbitrators of the ICSID, and also of the Chilean Bar Association.
Who´s Who Legal highlights Andrés Jana within the top five experts in international commercial arbitration of Chile in its annual publication “The International Who´s Who of Commercial Arbitration 2010”.
Languages: Spanish, English and Hebrew.