Hurtado Calero, Linda Cristina
Linda Cristina Hurtado Calero has worked in prestigious law firms in Nicaragua, practicing extensively in the areas of Corporate Law, Banking Law, Administrative Law, Air Transportation and Energy.
She counts with a broad know-how of the local legal practice, advising companies in the administrative processes of tender or bidding for the award of state projects, in advising companies in free trade zones, air transport and the ones dedicated to telecommunications infrastructure, where she especially advises processes of obtaining permits and licenses and the interposition of administrative resources, among others.
She also counts with experience in administrative contracting and tenders promoted by national and international organizations. As part of her practical experience in Administrative Law, she served as legal advisor at the Nicaraguan National Assembly.
Graduated in Law, majoring in Economic Law at the Central American University in Nicaragua;
Master’s degree in Business Law with specialization in Legal Counseling at the Central American University in Nicaragua;
Diploma in Business Administration for Lawyers at INCAE Business School in Costa Rica and Nicaragua;
Diploma in Bank’s Contracts of Modern Financing and Credit Risk at the Central American University in Nicaragua.
In addition, she has participated in several congresses, courses and seminars, given by different national and international institutions, obtaining degrees in Constitutional Law, International Law, and the Inter-American System of Human Rights.
Bar Association of Nicaragua, Member Arbitrator of the Mediation and Arbitration Center of the Chamber of Commerce and Services of Nicaragua.
English and Spanish.
Áreas de práctica:
Administrative Law and State Contracting, Aviation, Commercial Law, Financial and Banking Law, Immigration Law, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications
Linda Hurtado Calero led the legal team in charge of conducting legal audits of 150 sites/properties on a national level, intended for the telecommunications infrastructure. The team in charge carried out a legal analysis of all the potential sites to be acquired by the client, analyzing the possible legal contingencies of the acquisition, as well as the formalization of the respective contracts and its registration in the relevant jurisdictions.
She formed part of the team that worked on the awarding of state contracts in the energy distribution and generation sector of eight national companies of the same business group, for amounts exceeding US $ 30,000,000.00.
In addition, she was part of the team in charge of structuring, negotiating and formalizing a series of credits, totaling more than US $ 20,000,000.00 granted by a major international financial institution, in favor of one of the strongest business groups in the region. Her work consisted in the review of the legal documentation of the debtor company, the analysis of the guarantees in the best interest of the parties, the formalization of the respective contracts and the registration of the guarantees granted in the relevant jurisdictions.