Estanislao Olmos is a partner in the General Corporate and M&A Department of the Firm. His practice focuses on Corporate law, with particular expertise in mergers, acquisitions and divestures, involving both public and private companies and has vast experience in antitrust issues.
Mr. Olmos regularly represents acquirers, targets, boards of directors, investors and shareholder groups in complex domestic and international merger and acquisition transactions.
He is also co-head of the Antitrust Department, with strong experience in merger control-related matters.
Likewise, he has significant experience in participating in restructuring matters, whether court-related or outside-of-courts.
He currently represents the firm before the International Bar Association (IBA), with Javier Rodriguez Galli.
He was a foreign associate at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, New York, during 2003-2004.
Mr. Olmos was President of the Columbia Latin American Business Law Association, Columbia University Law School, 2002-2003.
Estanislao received a law degree, with honors, from the Law School of Universidad Católica Argentina in 1998. He also received an LL.M. degree from the Columbia University School of Law in 2003.
Mr. Olmos has been regularly recognized in his field of practice for several consecutive years by Chambers and Partners, currently distinguished individually as Band 1 in the Corporate/M&A practice. Additionally, is renowned by The Legal 500 as a Recommended M&A lawyer, and as a Highly regarded practitioner by IFLR1000.
He has also been awarded twice with the Client Choice Award in M&A (Argentina) by International Law Office and Lexology.