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Juan Carlos Moron Urbina

Juan Carlos Moron is a partner in Estudio Echecopar. He focuses on administrative law, administrative intervention on regulated markets and government contracts, including infrastructure concessions, public services and governmental control. Juan Carlos has supported the Project Transparency sponsored by USAID and OSCE and prepared the Manual for the Solution of Controversies during the process for contractual selection and execution and the Manual on Exemptions. He has also participated in several processes for private promotion in public services and infrastructure and advised agencies such as ProInversion, CEPRI LIMA, among others. Juan Carlos has been published in Latin Lawyer stating that he “is a respected name in the sphere of administrative law” and has been recognized in Chambers and Partners as “a public procurement specialist widely respected for his wealth of administrative law expertise and experience. He has great academic knowledge, enthuse sources, and know how to use it practically to tackle problems."

On 29 May 2021, Law No. 31204 (“Law”) was published, creating a legal framework for the collection, protection, research, preservation, custody, enhancement, access, dissemination and sustainable use of the paleontological heritage of Peru, under the guidance of the Geological Mining and Metallurgical Institute (INGEMMET in Spanish). The status of paleontological heritage is presumed, despite not having been declared by the INGEMMET.

By Ministerial Resolution No. 072-2021-MINAM, published in the Official Journal El Peruano on 30 April 2021, the Ministry of the Environment ordered the publication of the Draft Supreme Decree approving the ‘Provisions for the Management of Eco-Efficiency in Public Administration Entities’ in its institutional portal, in order to receive opinions and/or suggestions from interested parties, for a period of 15 working days from the publication.