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Environment - Dominican Republic
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Gustavo focuses his practice in environmental law, conflict resolution and corporate affairs; specializing securities, banking, business law, alternative dispute resolution, litigation, mining and energy law, administrative law and government relations.
He served as the first Legal Consultant and Legal Director of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources from 2000 to 2005, where he had the opportunity to lead the function, creation and structuring of the operation of the Ministry from the legal point of view.
•Professor of Environmental Law at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra and National School of the Judiciary
•Provider of Environmental Services certified by the Ministry of Environment
•Founding Member and of the Board of Directors of the Dominican Association of Environmental Services Providers
•Founding Member of the Institute of Environmental Law
He is one of the leading lawyers in environmental practice in the Dominican Republic, being the pioneer in the dissemination, practice and development of the area. At the international level, he has participated as an environmental expert in arbitration cases under the arbitration rules of the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes of the World Bank (ICSID).
Pellerano Nadal Law & Consulting