Juan Carlos Solines Moreno2018-04-05T11:12:10+00:00

Juan Carlos Solines Moreno

Telecommunications, New Technologies, Internet, Communication and Media, Entertainment, Data Protection, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Electronic Commerce, Energy, International Commerce and Business, Project Financing, Contracts, Negotiation, Alternative Conflict Resolution.

Juan Carlos Solines Moreno has been a partner of the Firm since 1996.  He did postgraduate studies in the United States at Harvard University and George Washington University, with master´s degrees in issues related to Intellectual Property, New Technologies, and Public Administration.  Over the course of his professional career, he has become a national reference regarding Telecommunications, Internet, New Technologies, Communication, and Media.  He has presided over the maximum organism of telecommunications in Ecuador, and internationally has been appointed by the UN as one of the 40 experts in the world on issues of Governance and Internet, among other distinctions.  He is an attorney for the main technology and media companies in Ecuador, as well as important multinational companies, providing legal advising with his extensive knowledge and experience.  He has defended freedom of speech and communication, representing the country in national and international forums.  He has contributed technical and legal support in the discussion and enactment of regulations related to technology and communication.  He has a distinguished political career, having held important public positions and is a noteworthy leader on the national stage.

  • 1999 Master´s Degree in Public Administration (MPA-2), John F. Kennedy School, Harvard University
  • 1997 Master´s Degree in Intellectual Property and New Technologies (LL.M.), George Washington University
  • 1997 Master´s Degree in International and Comparative Law (LL.M.), George Washington University, United States
  • 1996 Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
  • 1996 Lawyer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
  • 1996 Bachellor´s Degree in Political Science from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
  • 1990 He has completed courses and seminars for specialization in various professional fields within and outside of the country. Especially worth noting is the Course of International Private Law from the International Court of Justice in La Hague, the Netherlands
  • Partner of SOLINES & ASOCIADOS
  • Coordinating lawyer for the Area of Telecommunications, Internet, Information and Communication Technologies for SOLINES & ASSOCIADOS
  • 2013 Candidate for Vice President of Ecuador for the CREO Movement
  • Member of the Advisory Committee of the Forum on Internet Governance of the United Nations Organization
  • Arbitrator for the Mediation and Arbitration Center of the Ecuadorian-American Chamber of Commerce
  • President of the Committee of Technology and ad-hoc member of the Board of Directors of the Ecuadorian-American Chamber of Commerce
  • 1999 Founding Partner and President of Gobierno Digital S.A., company for consulting, design, and implementation of technologies for the Public Sector present
  • 2005-2007 President of the National Council of Telecommunications CONATEL
  • 2002-2004 Professor in the subjects of Electronic Commerce, Law, and New Technologies and Intellectual Property of the Universidad San Francisco de Quito
  • 2011 Professor of Law and Internet, Intellectual Property Master´s Program, UDLA
  • 2004 Appointee of the General Secretary of the United Nations as one of the 40 global experts on Internet to form the Working Group on Internet Governance
  • Main speaker at various national and international events including Assembly of Governors of the Interamerican Development Bank, the UNCTAD Assembly, Internet Governance Forums, ICANN, Assembly of the Organization of American States, the Inter-American Organization of the Press SIP
  • 2002-2003 Director of the National Agenda of Connectivity of Ecuador
  • 2002 Official Representative of Ecuador in the Committee of Experts in Electronic Commerce of the ALCA
  • 2000-2001 Vice-President of Legal Matters and Business Development of eHealth Latin America (BuenaSalud.com), Washington DC
  • 1999-2000 International Lawyer, Department of Commercial Technology and Intellectual Property of the Bingham Dana Law Firm, Boston
  • 1999 Consultant-Analyst of the Center of Strategic Computing and Telecommunications for the Public Sector of the University of Harvard, Cambridge
  • 1997 Visiting Lawyer, Department of Telecommunications, Technology, Media, and Entertainment of the Clifford Chance Law Firm, London
  • 1997 Consultant on projects to apply technology for judicial reform, Legal Department of the World Bank, Washington DC
  • 1995-1996 General Undersecretary of Public Administration, Office of the President of the Republic
  • 1993-1995 Personal Assistant to the President of Ecuador, Office of the President of the Republic
  • 1992-1993 Legal Advisor to the General Undersecretary of Administration, Office of the President of the Republic

Telecommunications, New Technologies, Internet, Communication and Media, Entertainment, Data Protection, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Electronic Commerce, Energy, International Commerce and Business, Project Financing, Contracts, Negotiation, Alternative Conflict Resolution.

  • Pichincha Bar Association CAP
  • FORUM OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE (UN)
  • INTERNET SOCIETY

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