Practice areas
  • Corporate Reorganization and Bankruptcy
  • Juris Doctor by Universidad de Lima, 2004.
  • Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property and Competition Law by Universidad Católica del Perú, 2006.
  • Preventive Bankruptcy Procedures: Advice to Obras de Ingeniería S.A.C. in the restructuring of its bankruptcy liabilities.

  • Ordinary Bankruptcy Procedures (insolvencies): Advice to Cooperativa Agraria Industrial Naranjillo, C.A.M.E Contractors and General Services, AGP Industrias, Aramsa Constructores, Agrícola La Venta and Agro Pucalá. Likewise, she has participated advising creditors in the bankruptcy process of Civil Engineers and General Contractors (ICCGSA), Astaldi Sucursal del Perú, Inmobiliaria Britania, Neptuno Contratistas, JE Construcciones Generales and Fima Industrial.

  • Bankruptcy Liquidations: Advice to Fluor Daniel Branch of Peru, Minas Arirahua. Likewise, she has participated advising creditors in the bankruptcy liquidation process of Doe Run Peru, Gasoducto Sur Peruano, Grupo Normal and Poroma.

  • Corporate Restructuring: Advice to Coltur Peruana de Turismo, Letrecorp, Kuresa, and APC Corporación.

  • Acquisitions and sale of assets of companies in bankruptcy: Advice to various investors for the acquisition or sale of bankruptcy credits, or assets of companies in bankruptcy or distress, such as Doe Run Peru and Técnica Metálicas Ingenieros.

  • General Bankruptcy Advice: Legal advice to financial entities and companies in various bankruptcy proceedings, as well as in case evaluation and attention to queries, such as Scotiabank, Efco, Aenza and Cumbra.



Laura San Miguel
T: (511) 4425100 A: 238

Marcia is a partner in the firm’s Corporate Reorganization and Bankruptcy area. Her practice specializes in advising companies on insolvency and restructuring under the General Bankruptcy System Law before the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI), as well as on private restructuring, advising companies with financial difficulties in the negotiation with their creditors and the integral restructuring of their liabilities.

Additionally, Marcia works on consumer protection practices, unfair competition, bureaucratic barriers, distinctive signs and copyright, advising various companies on the prevention of contingencies, answering of queries, as well as administrative procedures.

Previously, she has served as representative of INDECOPI Legal Department and as legal coordinator of the Commission on Dumping, Subsidies and Elimination of Non-Tariff Trade Barriers of said institution.

Marcia has been recognized in the “Up and Coming” category by Chambers and Partners, as well as a “Next Generation Partner” by Legal 500.