Miroslava De Olaguibel
Miroslava De Olaguibel has more than 25 years of experience in advising clients in private and public sector, in domestic law as well in international agreements. Her practice is focused on contracts, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, franchises, intellectual property, real estate, and information technologies on a wide range of industries such as hospitality, logistics and transportation, distribution, direct-selling, beverages, automotive, technology, and real estate development.
Having been a public officer for more than eight years, seven of them as an Officer in the Mexican Navy, Miroslava provided legal advice for internal affairs, military law, maritime law, and administrative law and participated in multidisciplinary teams representing Mexico on international negotiations.
In the private sector, Miroslava worked as an in-house counsel for the Mexican office of a multinational corporation engaged in the information technology industry. Miroslava was also deputy legal director in a real estate company which is part of one of the largest corporate conglomerates in Mexico, where Miroslava also provided legal advice in matters related to a well-known museum in Mexico City and for special projects to an affiliated, well-regarded large nonprofit organization.
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Miroslava participated with several legal teams representing the Mexican State in the negotiation and adoption of international instruments.
As an in-house counsel of an information technology corporation, Miroslava advised on various processes of public tenders regarding large projects in connection with tax authorities, health institutions, and video surveillance for public security.
During her performance in the real estate industry, Miroslava led a multidisciplinary team in the processes of purchase, sale, and lease of real estate property, the formation of major condominium regimes, the construction of mixed-projects, the negotiation and closing of all kind of agreements and contracts, and dispute resolutions. For the same commercial group, she advised on the negotiations regarding the acquisition and loaning of works of art and provided legal assistance on substantial projects for donations in connection with vaccines and medical treatment developments.
On the last years, Miroslava has advised franchisors, an international hospitality conglomerate, direct-selling organizations, automotive distributors, information technology corporations, beverages companies, and other enterprises in connection with their corporate matters, contractual design and negotiations, and day-to-day activities.
As a proactive lawyer, along with her legal advice, Miroslava has helped to create a legality culture with her clients, and the formation of processes regarding privacy data, anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, and legal compliance.
Miroslava has been a lecturer of international law, military law and maritime law on the Naval Center of Superior Studies (CESNAV) of the Mexican Navy.