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ABOUT ILF

Alejandro Bettoni

Board Members

Alejandro Bettoni is the delegate from Doninelli & Doninelli, ILF’s member in Costa Rica. He has been an active member of ILF since 2004. He is a past Chairman of the ILF’s Technology Committee (2008-2010) and has served as Treasurer-Secretary of the Board (2010-2013). He was also as responsible for the design and publication of ILF’s first directory of members and has participated in other committees.

 

Mr. Bettoni advices clients primarily in the areas of national and international commercial law, corporate law, e-commerce law, civil and commercial litigation, antitrust and unfair competition law. He is also a certified notary public.

 

Alejandro Bettoni is the delegate from Doninelli & Doninelli, ILF’s member in Costa Rica. He has been an active member of ILF since 2004. He is a past Chairman of the ILF’s Technology Committee (2008-2010) and has served as Treasurer-Secretary of the Board (2010-2013). He was also as responsible for the design and publication of ILF’s first directory of members and has participated in other committees.

 

Mr. Bettoni advices clients primarily in the areas of national and international commercial law, corporate law, e-commerce law, civil and commercial litigation, antitrust and unfair competition law. He is also a certified notary public.

 

Mr. Bettoniis currently Chairman of the National Chamber of Gas Distributors of Costa Rica.Since 2004,he also has collaborated on a yearly basis with the World Bank “Doing Business” projectson insolvency and creditors rights. He has given several lectures and presentations in Costa Rica on e-commerce issues and has published articles in Costa Rican law reviews on those issues.

 

Mr.Bettoni received his LLM and Ph.D. degrees on Commercial Law from the Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain), where he graduated with honors (Summa Cum Laude).

 

He is fluent in Spanish, English and French.

Mr. Bettoniis currently Chairman of the National Chamber of Gas Distributors of Costa Rica.Since 2004,he also has collaborated on a yearly basis with the World Bank “Doing Business” projectson insolvency and creditors rights. He has given several lectures and presentations in Costa Rica on e-commerce issues and has published articles in Costa Rican law reviews on those issues.

 

 

Mr.Bettoni received his LLM and Ph.D. degrees on Commercial Law from the Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain), where he graduated with honors (Summa Cum Laude).

 

He is fluent in Spanish, English and French.